I'm considering thick bass traps in the corners. Specifically the GIK Soffit traps, which I was put onto by Matthew's recent posts, and others, on the topic. Backing up a little, I use dual subs to actively correct my frequency response from 0-100Hz. It's the 100-300Hz range that my room could use some help with, as well as overall decay times. I do use EQ, but wouldn't these traps help further smooth out the response? It's my understanding that the corners build up bass energy and that's where you should use thick absorption to help with modes and reduce decay times. Room is a rectangular bedroom of dimensions 17L x 10.5W x 8H. I've already cleaned up the source signal significantly by using servo-controlled subs set to high damping. So, there is already low ringing from the source. There is a lot of tactility in the bass and it is not boomy at all. Is it possible that by adding bass traps I could end up overdamped and unhappy with the sound? Or would the mic hear the difference and just apply a little less EQ? I know at this point some would ask for waterfall graphs, etc, but what are your general thoughts? I can do some measurements if requested.