Put it where it sounds best to you.Set the controls where they sound good to you.You are there with the equipment,experiment a little.Enjoy the music.
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That's what I would do also as Hevac1 has suggested.
Put the sub where you normally sit and crawl around the room.
I had one of my DDs in the corner and it was way too much bass for me,I now have both mine almost midway opposite of
each other along each opposite wall.Way better,musical,
tighter ect.now I have basically a blanket of bottomend that my music rides on,instead of the one note blahs.
Setting the sub on an Auralex riser might eliminate the boominess, and extend LF range. The risers cost about $50, and represent terrific value. You might also move the sub out of the corner a bit, so the center of the driver is 21" or so from the rear and side wall. I suspect the Auralex and the relocation will fix the problem.