Id like to ask this one last time before I commit to making a few test bass traps for myself. I have an L-shaped HT room with the sub positioned in the furthest part of the shorter 'leg' of the L. This appears to be the best location, but unfortunately it creates a few standing waves which cancel the bass out completely in the secondary listening area, while having peaks that sounds quite nice in other parts of the room. Would putting a few bass traps in the corners of the room even out the responce throughout the room? I dont think an EQ is what I need here, since the responce if fairly even at every point of the room, some areas just have less SPL in every frequency (below 100 or so) than the others. So.. to bass trap or not to bass trap? And if so, are there any fairly simple designs to test them out on?