I recently moved into a new room and despite a decent bit of work with acoustic panels am still have some issue with sub placement, i already have bass traps around the room and it has improved but not solved the issue.
I have the PSB Synchrony Ones for the main speakers and they actually go decently low so I question the need for the sub but would still like to hit the very low notes cleanly. The problem I'm running into is the sub seems to be bloating the music. I know from my previous setup that this is 100% a room issue so trying to think of solutions.
The sub is a REL G1 so and I have used the same setup in a previous room and it worked perfectly, but in this room I'm still running into issues blending it with the system. I even have it set to cross over a 25hz and it still seems to be sticking out and not coupling with the system properly.
So interesting thought came into my head about adding a second sub (another REL G1) to the room so there was one for each speaker. I'm curious if anyone has done this and seen it solve an issue like mine. Basically the issue is bass seems to be building up in the room despite heavy acoustic treatment. I'm curious if adding a second sub would smooth everything out and reduce this buildup or if I would just be compounding the bass issues i already have. Room is roughly 13 by 10 so I know one of these subs is already overkill. Really not trying to get more output just a more even pressure buildup/reduce decay times with the bass.