SOLUTIONSS Long story short I recently received my stands for the BMR and decided to move them from my desk to the living room. Ever since then I noticed the bass frequency 200- 35hz has gone to hell and various positioning has not helped. Room is 15.7 x 12.1' and 9' high. laminated cheap wood floor, cement walls. I tried the 38% rule, golden cardas ratio, 1 foot away from the wall like Dennis suggested but all gives me the same problem. I've tried various permutations of speaker placement of 1-5 feet away from the front wall and listening position of 4-10 feet from the speakers. Me and @thegunner100 took some measurements tonight. The Red is 1 foot away from the wall and the Blue is 38% away from the wall. Cardas ratio looks pretty much the same. There is a valley of death 40-70hz. Imaging is fuzzy. This is my living room in rough positioning. I have tried putting 4x8' 4" bass traps in the front two corners which may have more or less done nothing as I suspected. Is there no saving my bass null? I don't understand because despite wide range of speaker placement (1 foot - middle of the room) this problem exists. I thought depending on where you place the speakers, you get null at difference positions but the problem more or less seems constant. Is this within the realm of fixable with moar bass traps and panels? GIK acoustic recommended two 6" bass trap/diffuser thing on back wall as well as putting 2 more bass traps in ceiling front corners. I'm afraid to waste more money without real guarantee for solution. Speaker gods please help.