Thanks for the look.\n\nI recently bought my first condo and upgraded a number of parts to my stereo system. I have attached pictures of the awkwardly shaped living\/dining area. Due to compromises with the wife, the position of the TV will not change and I'm kind of relinquished to this pseudo corner placement. I currently use:\n\nAscend Sierra 1s\nDenon AVR-X2600H\nHSU VTF2 MK5\nFluance RT-85 (Art DJ Pre with 12V PS and Nagaoka MP150 cartridge)\n\nThings sounds pretty darn good, but I started going down the rabbit hole of measurements with REW. I didn't post measurements since I didn't have updated ones, but needless to say I'm seeing a pretty sharp null around 125hz (a good 10-12db).\n\nI realize further into the room, I can drop the mode to lower frequencies, and closer to the wall will raise the nulls to higher frequencies. Overt room treatment is not an option. I handled some basics like area rug, curtains, and speakers are placed about 85% distance apart as they are from me (I'm 91" from tweeter).\n\nI realize this is not a scenario where I can obtain perfection, just looking to correct gross peaks and nulls. Audyssey can help with the peaks, but won't fix room nulls. I'm considering pushing speakers all the way to back wall to raise the dip to higher frequency. Maybe a piece of acoustic panel directly behind the speaker? My goal is for moderate realistic improvement.\n\nThanks for any tips.