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post #1 of 3 Old 02-28-2013, 07:53 AM - Thread Starter
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Found this fabricat joann's for $11.99/yd. If you go to the website they have 40% off coupons. I bought 8 yards for under $75.00. It is a strechable deep dark black velvet. I have been searching for a while for a good fabric for my false wall and I think this will work really well. Has anyone else used this or something similar? Just wondering about placing speakers behind it. It seems rather breathable so I don't think it will be an issue..



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Well I would not suggest placing speakers behind anything less than a completely acoustically transparent fabric. You could still use that velvet for other parts your false wall as far as I know. As far as the light absorbing quality of that particular velvet I am not sure. There has been several threads discussing the merits of triple black plush vs protostar vs velvetyne and many others.

I am still unsure which black velvet I will use for my screen frame. Also not sure if I will use velvet for other areas of the false wall or go with something like gom fr701. I am even considering using speaker fabric for the part of the false wall that covers my mains. Unless I can be convinced that something like fr701 will not be detrimental in any way.
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If your mains are behind the screen and only the subs are behind the velvet you should be fine.
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