First off, Wow, I've been out of the game for like 2 months or so, this is the first post I've done in a while... As to the question at hand: i heard a long time ago that there was a way to place a subwoofer so that you get the best bass response at the listening position. The trick is, to put your sub right at the listening position, then walk around the room till you hit the spot that you feel the bass the strongest; that spot is where you will place your sub to get the best response while in your favorite seat. So does this work? Or is it hogwash? To me it doesn't seem right since there will be reversed acoustic properties, and the size, dimensions, and shape of the room are the main factors. In the end isn't it just best to put your sub in a corner and get good response that way?