System: Integra DTR 30.2 Paradigm Studio 20s on stands Paradigm Servo-15 V1 This is a new system in a 30x12 rectangular room with 8.5 ft ceilings. the HT is at one end of the room with the listening position right up against the long wall and the TV opposite with speakers on stands at ear height, 10 ft from the listening position. The subwoofer is to the left of the couch in the corner. I am NOT using the X-30 control, the sub out goes directly to the sub with nothing but a volume knob between reciever and woofer. Set-up was done using Audyssey 2EQ: I then changed speaker crossover to 80 hz to match the sub crossover of 80 hz. Integra set them at 40 hz. Using Stereophile test CD 1 and a Radio Shack SPL meter (set on slow, C-weighted), I set the volume to 75 db (using pink noise), and tested the response. It is not very flat. Most of it I can live with, but there are two HUGE hot spots: 50 Hz: +10 db 25 Hz +15 db (!!!) Before I go nuts moving the sub or other items all around, does anyone have any hints? Should I be using the X-30? Should I try to manually set the equalizer? Can the equalizer function be used without disabling Audyssey volume control etc? Thanks!