Primary area of focus is subwoofer/low-frequency response in my audiophile-grade (but somewhat dated) HT setup, in a non-dedicated/multipurpose/irregularly-shaped Family/"Great" room on a suspended wood floor with a sub-optimal listening position and minimal flexibility in terms of configuration/layout options.
I have a dedicated subwoofer (REL B1) as well as powered subs in my mains (Snell XA 90ps 300W powered towers w/ 2x 10" subs per tower) and have some configuration/connectivity/setup questions. I am planning on adding a FBQ2496 and have some configuration/connectivity/setup questions on that also.
I have what seems like 20 or more different gain and level controls and would like advice on overall approach to getting these dialed in.
I have identified my two biggest problems (in terms of sub-200Hz system response) and have questions on if these are Room Mode issues or possibly an interaction between my sub and my suspended wood floor.
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