OK.....I found a longer RCA cable and moved my PSW111 Sub Woofer to the other side of the room away from my dining room archway. I was concerned I was losing sound to the other room since my sub woofer was on the opposite side of the room away from the corner. I now have enough cord to place my PSW111 behind my right speaker about 4 feet away from the corner.
Here is my question: I have the PSW111 sitting behind my right Polk Audio Studio 10 Speaker. I have the PSW111 with its front facing the corner of the room (Not facing the front like my Polk Audio Studio 10's). I have to say I like the sound. If I had a longer RCA cord I probably would still try moving it still closer to the corner behind my reading chair.
I know bass is omni directional. So does it matter I have the PSW111 facing sideways away from the front listening area of the room? Does this make sense that I have it aiming towards the corner (4 ft away) to get the corner effect even though my RCA cord isn't long enough to get me to the exact corner of the room? I guess I just didn't want to aim it right into the back of my Polk Audio Studio 10's. Are RCA extender plugs ok to use to make the cord longer?