Quatro Wood setup help

I'm looking for audio tech in San Francisco Bay Area who familiar to set up Vandersteen Quatro Wood specially its room correction function in my home space. Any advise will be appreciated. 

Best Regards
IF having read manual ( available free at Vandersteen website ) you find this a bit daunting I can walk you thru it. You will need some tools that total less than $100. You will also need a Vandertones CD or free download.

Call Richard or Nathan at factory and they might know a SF area tech. I am in Carlsbad.
Thanks following up with me! I will wish you are here.
I did read manual, and ordered Laser Distance Measure, and sound meter, still waiting for them to arrive.
i can walk you thru it on phone.Send me a PM with contact info
best to you
we will get them sounding fantastic 

@zensview. Congratulations on the choice of fine speakers.  Once you get them set up correctly you are in for some fine sounds.  Good Luck!🎼
Great, really appreciated!
I will PM you once all tool arrive. 

Best Regards 
Have the Quatro CT's myself and love them.  Tomic is great at set ups...;). Let us know how it goes. 
@ctsooner Thanks, I will keep post........BTW: Which power cable you r using with your Quatro CT? any recommendations?
RV says that power cords don’t make a difference with the amps used in the Quatros. Save your money or use it elsewhere. If you do spend money on power cords, make sure they’ll seat between the near sink fins. I bought the Pangea AC-9 v2 cables, but I can’t say they make much of a difference. However, they do look impressive. 
Good to know! Glad I haven't spend any on power cable yet, used 2 existing PS AC3 cable now. but I did spent few on another gear, Just plugged in a Vertex AQ Jaya Silver Plus with ps audio power plant, now Quatro sounds much faster and far more open and expressive:)  
I have a pair of Thunder cables on order.  RV may have changed his feelings on that. Not sure, but I'll ask.  Garth's new AQ cords need a special Furetch plug on the amp side as the other one is too big and won't fit. lol. Won't change the sound at all.  It's also a TOP plug.  I use Hurricane for my Niagara, The Memory Player server/DAC and Ayre AX5/20 that has the high pass filter built in. I"ll be selling that soon to someone who owns a Vandy and wants the crossover built right in (Ayre did this for me and worked with Richard V to do it right).  
The hyper benefit of Vandersteen powered bass is 11 bands of analog room tuning so you can fix most room nodes while optimizing placement for imaging ! And relieving your main amp of the massive requirements associated with low low bass.
for grins listen to your speakers with just the subs playing..... not much there...
it is no wonder the chicks never fall in love with the bass player....

a high quality molded connection will out perform a poorly assembled fancy connection that also probably has a stiff heavy inflexible cord, looks fancy audiophile but look closely at the IEC connection- bet it is drooping which may mean crappy connection.....

my buck firty....
Put your outlets in upside down.  That helps greatly with the leverage of the heavy plugs.  I also use a piece of wood on the floor to the plug to hold it up, lol. :). CHEAP audiophile tweak. 
 @ctsooner myrtlewood
As an aside...ballpark, what is a reasonable price for a dealer in home tuning of the QW CT's?  The dealer is 1 hr from my location.

I would set the speakers up and burn them in, in advance of the dealer arriving.
I hear dealer charged 150 for QW set up while ago, not sure about now.