The subs are staying, im not complaining.
They used to be in opposing corners, so throwing the rear sub on top of the front sub didnt change the fact they were, and are in a corner still (reiterating cause i think someone overlooked that).
Its not boomy stacked, it got boomy at opposing corners when the phase was switched. Sorry if my post was misunderstood..
Middle of right wall has a fireplace, and a cutout for some stupid reason next to the fire place thats pretty big and is inclosed at the top and sides so im not putting it in there as id assume it would be boomy as hell. Plus, wine fridge.
Left wall middle is right next to couch and i dont want a sub that close to drink/food.
3000cu ft room that has hallway access on 1 end, and kitchen entry on the other side, no doors. Not my house so i cannot frame in a doorway.
Again, no complaints... was just kinda sharing how surprised i was.