I am running b&w CDM7NT with a SVS 25-31. I have a new set up CD. I don't know the exact frequency (since I don't have the CDs "jacket" with all the info), but at a fairly low bass pass (I would guess under or around 50Hz), I am getting a "peak" of over 6-10dbs. I had the 2 ports working, the speakers are about 1 foot awat from each corner, slightly toed in. The room is 13 feet wide, 12 feet deep and 8-9 feet high. (fairly small room), and it is a box shape with NO opening (when I close the door). SVS NOT ON. The speakers are in an equal lateral triangle (about 9-10 feet apart, and 9-10 feet away from the listening position) I pulled the speakers away from the corner another foot (so now about 2 feet from either side) and decreased the "toe". and I used the foam plugs to seal the speaks. Still about 6 db peak (it got better, but not goog enough). The room have pluch carpet, 2 couches and 3 windows that are covered with wood velores. I really can't put the speakers much closer because they are nOT sheilded and will disrupt with the TV (but I could probably get them 1-2 feet closer, but that didn't seem to help). Should I just set them to "small" mode in my pre-amp so it will be crossed over at 80Hz, and ONLY use the SVS for bass?? (although this practice isn't ideal for DVD-A and SACD without bass management) one weird thing is that there is a sudden "dip" (below the baseline) right next to the "peak" in the bass that results in about a 8-10 db differnce??? In contrast, I just moved from a place that the room was 3X the volume and these same speakers sounded like small bookshelfs no matter what I did. I can't believe what a differnce the volume makes. ANY IDEAS???????????????????