I just got a Video Essentials disk to calibrate my system and have everything right on the money except my sub. I know some people run their sub a little "hot" and I like a little extra bass also. I understand that the Radio Shack meter doesn't register correctly in the lower freqencies and the SVS table says you have to add anywhere from 1 - 7 db. below 100 hz to the reading on the meter to get it correct. My problem is that I don't know what the freqency of pink noise is so I can know how to correct the reading on my meter. Right now, my sub is already reading 5 db's on the meter above the rest of my speakers and I have it set on my receiver at -10 db below the rest of the speakers. I am not sure how to set the sub. Anyone have an answer?