Here's my problem. Here's my room layout. I'm running a 122L sealed Tempest with a PE250. I have a huge "suckout" in the center of the room at my listening spot. 1)I've tried moving the sub to the two corners adjacent to the entertainment system. 2)I've tried the sub right next to the ent. system on both sides. 3) I've put the sub under the window on the front door wall. 4) I've tried the sub under the kitchen window. In all these places I hear "mediocre" response at best at my listeing position. When I walk towards the kitchen wall or front door and near the wall behind the couch the bass sounds effortless and detailed. On my SPL I can get around 10db increase by walking a few feet AWAY from the couch. Is this because I am not around any boundaries at the couch? I don't think an EQ can help--- can it? Is my only option to re-arrange my entire living room to suit my bass needs? I've thought about a mono-31band or parametric EQ. I've thought about doing two things- putting the couch under the kitchen window and putting the entertainment system, speakers, and sub under the front window. This would take away an end table. Other option....try to EQ the hell out of it to get a sound I like. Thanks ahead of time to anyone kind enough to help me. I want my Tempest to sound like a Tempest.