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PostPosted: Fri Feb 19, 2021 11:07 pm 
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Front ported Event 20/20 BAS monitors 10" from front wall on stands, firing long way into room.

I am adding a total of 8' high x 9' wide hanging panels of Ultratouch cotton 4" deep with an airspace.
Both front corners back through the first reflection. I assumed this would assist bass in ceiling and floor and vertical corners.

Between the front speakers to cover a window I added 2 2x4x4" traps Ultratouch.
I added an Ultratouch cloud, 5' x 5' x 4" above the mix position.

Last added 2 - 2'x3'x2" deep 703 panels to center of rear wall.

Thoughts, suggestions, too dead? Going with comments about rear wall being too close for diffusion.

A few years ago I setup a temporary panel 8' high by 15" wide right, left and cloud, measured speaker alignment carefully and was blown away by the imaging. The vocals seemed to float in front of my position.


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 20, 2021 1:26 am 
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if you find the room RT or HF levels are too low for comfort, you can add slat panels, diffusers, etc over the tops of some absorbers to restore some HF reflections to re-shape the perceived boundary of the room.

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