I don't know if this is the proper place to put a thread like this (Moderators, please feel free to move this to the proper place). I was living in my house which had wooden floors, and had my 12" sub in my closet. I calibrated to 75 db with Video Essentials, and the bass response was magnificent! Moulin Rouge had tons of bass. The Haunting had too much bass, that it would shake the entire room, even the ceiling fan! Then, I decided to move into the garage, because it is MUCH bigger than my room. The garage is 16' by 19' (not a joke), and has concrete floors. Over the concrete is carpet. Again, I set everything up, and calibrated the sub to 75 db, and now I can't feel any bass what-so-ever during Moulin Rouge, and worst of all, not a single bass note from "The Haunting"! What is going on? Can it be the carpet, or is it the concrete under the carpet? I then tried to move the sub to different locations in my room. At first I had it had the front left corner. Then, I tried the front right corner. Same thing. Then I put the sub directly touching the back of the sofa (where we sit and watch movies) and I still get the same response. Absolutely no bass what-so-ever! If you put your hand under the sub, you can feel the speaker move, but you can't hear the bass, or even feel it like you could inside my old room. Is there anything I could do to improve the bass response in my room, or an I doomed to live in the garage for many years without any bass what-so-ever? BTW - Moving back into my old room is not an option any more, because it is much to small to fit all of the new furniture that I got.