Hello All, When setting my Klipsch RB-25's to large/full range (sub off) on my Denon 2803, and running both a 20kHz-20Hz sweep and individual test tones thereof, I'm getting a massive dip in level (a;most gone!) between 110 and 95 Hz.* I'm aware that room acoustics have a lot to do with it, but it's also very evident when listening up close to the speaker, or putting a SPL meter very close.* It seems to pick up again once it gets down to 85 Hz, then slowly fades off as it gets down to the spec'd freq. floor of 50 Hz.* I noticed this same thing when I was using a Denon 1802.* Is this really mostly the room, the receiver/amp, or am I expecting too much from the 6.25" woofer-ed RB-25's, even though they are spec'd to go down to around 50 Hz.* If I were to try and eq this, I'd be boosting things something like 6-7dB in the aforementioned dips.* Shouldn't things, ideally speaking, be more flat?* I'd like to leave my crossover setting at 80 Hz, rather than bringing it up to 100 or 120, when listening to both music and HT/movies.