I just moved into a new place and have a few questions about my subs. I have two svs pb-10 nsd in a pretty small room. Before I moved I had these co-located which made it easier to get them in phase. They sounded great. Now I have seperated them to make them less visible in the room. I have them on both sides of the couch. I dont know if im doing the calibration right but this is what I did: 1. Used the recievers auto cal. (multi-eq) 2. Then Went back through using the recievers test tones and made sure all the speakers and one subwoofer were playing at 75db. ( I like the bass alittle hot). And I set the crossovers for all speakers to 80hz. 3. Then I disconnected the one sub and connected the other and also calibrated to 75db. 4. Then plugged both in and played the test tone again. If everything is working right I should get a 81db reading. 5. Ifooled around with the phase knob on the back of one sub until I got to this point. The problem is that during music playback I can not really hear any bass. Then when I slip in a blu ray the bass rumbles the couch( which is what I want). I read that in small rooms their is a lowwer bass gain. Is this what is happening here? Also would a good sub eq work well. I was looking at the as-eq1.