Those of you who have cabinets on the same wall as your sub\/s. Can you share your pros\/cons here? Or tips?\nIt would be nice to know what I might be getting myself into with my new Wetbar project.\nMy room's a little unusual perhaps. But again some bass properties remain true\/ common for most of us who have a similar situation.\nI'll clarify mine below. Hopefully someone has some experience in this to chime in.\nThanks.\nThe new setup will remain the same with 4 subs (one in each corner). With a 7ft ceiling the width is 12ft and length is 32ft.\nThe back (12ft) wall is planned for an 8ft cabinet with 2ft on either side left open to keep the rear subs on the back corners.\nI certain this might pose new challenges. But believe ot or not. This setup (originally) works well for me. And the room is to narrow to consider the back subs on the side walls.\nI might have some ideas of my own. But wanted to see what you guys think.\nOne option is to Place isolation panels such as 2 layers of cement board between the subwoofer and cabinet nearby.\nThe other option is to relocate the subwoofers. 8 feet from the back wall and 2 feet from each sidewall and faced right behind the second row seats. This is a plus for the rear seating, however those seats don't get used that often. And it might be jeopardizing my main seating bass levels.\n\nTo some extent, whatever ends up being the arrangement I go with. I do have Room EQ Wizard to maximize my potential. And I will be fastening and sealing these cabinets from any potential vibrations at the seams.\n\nI will try to follow-up with pictures or skeches to give you a visualization of my plans.