Hello,\n\nSince getting my sub back in early Feb. I had been working to normalize the response across the room, with one sub its not easy. The main discrepancies I've had are from my Left and Right seating positions from the MLP. I've got it pretty tight. and this is what it looks like now. Yesterday I matched the LR and the Sub, so they are not creating a null at the cross over.\n\n\n\n\n\nSo the top is initial vs final. There was a null at the crossover, initial sub distance in Audessey was 17.1ft, after moving incrementally I got it to 20.1ft where is which I set it to be the final response. The 2nd one also has the L, R & the sub separately. There is no graph smoothing. So it ended up creating a few dips at 120 & 150hz. What else could be done to fix that. Crossover at 80Hz for the mains and higher for the rest of the speakers (90-110hz).\n\nThis is the process I've followed so far.\n1. Reset Audessey to factory.\n2. Using REW created a room curve for the sub, and exported that to minidsp with all other speakers off.\n3. Ran Audessey.\n4. Then matched the responses as can be seen above.\n\nIs this correct?\n\nsomething I also noticed was running dynamic EQ in Audessey @ 10db really messed up the whole setup. This is at 0db should I turn that off entirely?\n\nJust while I was writing this post, I noticed the monoprice 15 on sale, and got an order in. That should probably help smooth out the response further.