Can anyone explain why my last Audyssey calibration turned like this? \n\nI just received my UMK1 mic and have started playing around REW and found that my base was atrocious, so naturally I started moving my subwoofers around (2x Klipsch SW110) to find them a better location. After putting one of my subs on my middle seat (3 seater couch) I found that a good response was recorded in REW when the mic was in the opposing corner location of the room so, I move the subwoofers to these location and initiated the audyssey calibration. When running the audyssey calibrations, I level matched them to 75 DB and ran the calibration (did a 6 point cal with XT32 started at the mid seat head location and moved them 2 feet on each side and then repeated at the same location but 2 feet forward. . once done, I open REW and set my UMK1 as close as possible to the mid seat head location (minimal variance aka not more than 1-2 inch off in height ( amazon lost my mic stand parcel but another one is on the way) did a sub pink noise set to 75DB to find my volume in the receiver to run the REW calibration, loaded the 90DEG cal, set the receiver to direct mode. When I ran the test, I and found my subs and main where a 20 DB off each other (that was not comfortable to hears at all being in that room when the main started playing the test tone). not only that my subs used to go down to the 20hz reasonably well and now they do not.\n\n\n\nSo I tried to level match my subs and main (see picture below) but, I am now at the max output of my subs volume nob, everything sounds boomy, still have no low extension and their is way too much bass everywhere when I use a movie scene (transformer dark side of the moon, act 18) that I am very familiar with and usually use to check my calibrations. I am not sure what happen but, my room was as silent as I can make it when I run the calibration.