Dear all, My room is a little square - in fact, its 3.2 meters by 3.3 meters. Thats square enough. Sounds silly, but the room didn't LOOK square at first, but upon measurement, my fears were confirmed. A square room. As I have understood from Nic Rhodes and others, this is going to cause grief with sound quality. I know that my sub doesnt sound as good as it should and I have tried various places and have it sounding OK but not brilliant. I now assume this is down to room acoustics. The speakers sound O.K, but no where near as good as they did in the demo room at Raleigh Hi-fi. Closer then they did, but they almost, well, dont come together. If that makes sense. (NOTE: I know that demo rooms are acoustically sound but I know that the sound in my house isnt as good as it should be in short, I am beginning to think the acoustics are the issue rather then equipment) Is there any advice on what I can do (ahem, short of moving house or room!) that can sort out the sound in a square room? Assume that all channel levels have been calibrated to 75db and the set-up is pretty much Dolby Standard for a 5.1 set-up. I do find this all fun, but this is where my amoeba like knowledge really struggles. Need some real expert advice. If it comes to it, I would gladly welcome a home visit from any recognised expert, which would include a fee for their troubles and at least a few free beers. I also have a basic room layout design done in a gif format so you can have a look in your browser. Please ask and Ill send if it helps. Sigh. Does it ever end ?