My sealed subwoofer project is not even finished yet, but I'm already sure that I'll be in great disappointment unless I'll find some way to efficiently EQ it for use with my hellish small room. My small room (13x9x8feet) gives some very NASTY peaks below 80hz especially at the room modes. From subjective tests made at the listening position, I can only hear peaks but no nulls (tomorrow I'll make some objective tests with an SPL meter and some sine waves). These under 80hz peaks really lower my enjoyment out of my HT (even without a sub). The plan is to cross all the speakers at 80hz (for HT) and let the sub do all the work below this frequency. The problem is, unless I'll find a way to tame it's response at the room modes, I'm in BIG trouble. Can the Behringer cure this problem ? I mean, some of my peaks should be about 8-9db (at least), so it will have to be quite good in order to help me. What do you think ?