I’m relatively new to home cinema having converted my loft space. This is basically a triangular prism shape 5 x 5 x 3m (LxWxH). I run 9.2 using a Denon AVRX 4200 with Monitor Audio radius 225s at front & centre and the rest are MA radius 90s as 2 surrounds, 2 front heights and 2 rear heights. I have two Monitor Audio Vector VW-8 front firing subwoofers. Currently I have the subs to the left & right of the centre. I’ve yet to do a crawl to find optimum positioning for the subs but I’ve been thinking about elevating them. I could put them on stands or (my current thinking) is to hang them from the centre beam in the room angled towards the listening position in the centre of the room. At the moment I’m not getting a particularly pleasing or balanced bass - and am generating room noise. I like the idea of suspending the subs to disconnect from the suspended wooden floor - I live in an old house so the low frequencies just travel through. I have tried the subs at the front and back of the room but it didn’t seem to make much difference. Anyhow - my question is - has anyone any experience of hanging subs from a ceiling in a large space and what sort of difference would this make as opposed to being on the floor. Appreciate the subs are not the best in the world but I wanted duals and these were quite a good deal so I thought I’d start with these to experiment. Any advice appreciated.