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Posted by Barry on June 29, 2020 at 12:51:14:

A volume control won't fix room asymmetry. The direct/reflected sound field coming from your left speaker won't be anything like the right one even if both speakers are the same loudness.

Buy or make a stand. Mount a big piece of MDF on it. Put it behind the right speaker as an extension of the front wall. If it has wheels, you can roll it out of the way when not in use. Paint it the color of the room. Maybe your wife will tolerate it. Buy her a present....

This doesn't solve the problem completely, but it'll sound way better. It's a lot cheaper than buying a new house.