So I finally upgraded my sub, the PSW2000 companion of the original eggs. For various reasons I ended up getting a Velo SPL-1200. They're run by a Denon 3803 receiver. Now, I've two things to figure out: the sub location and receiver/sub settings to sound good on different material. The speakers are in a fairly large room, about 4,5 x 6-7 m opening to a small hall, kitchen and stairway. My music gear and the listening area are at one end of the room, the one with the stairway. Due to furniture locations, there are only a few possible places for the sub. It's currently by the long wall without hallway opening, about one third from one end. The other locations could be the corners of the end of the rooms. Earlier I've read that a corner would be the worst place for a sub, causing serious booming. Yet the Velo manual tells that typically the optimum location would be a corner!? While I realise that I probably have to try the different locations, I'd like to hear your opinions regarding this before I begin the large scale operation. Secondly, I've found that the bass settings that sound best with films tend to sound too bassy and boomy with music. That seems to be the case with both subs. I've yet to find an easy way to have more low freq with films and a bit less with music. Any Denon 3803 experts out there, how should I do this? Once again, thanks for the input!