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Tile floor

multiple archway and opening

large open floor plan

 

 

What can i do, Do i need to do anything?

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Curtains and rugs will naturally help

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Hey I am trying to load the the layout plan of my place so that i could get some more help ,but the system will not allow odg file. Any advise

 

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what is an odg file ?

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Can you be a bit more descriptive on the room please?
Can you give us the dimensions of the room? What is the line drawn behind (above in the drawing) of the television. A wall? Half wall? Neither?
Do you notice specific problems you're trying to address or just overall improve clarity?
Guaranteed there is a lot of reflections in the room as it is, since it's bare with reflective flooring. This layout is a bit more typical of a studio and not a theater but hits the same general ideas that are important for treatment and you can use it as a guide: http://gikacoustics.com/acoustic-advice/

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Can you be a bit more descriptive on the room please?
Can you give us the dimensions of the room? What is the line drawn behind (above in the drawing) of the television. A wall? Half wall? Neither?
Do you notice specific problems you're trying to address or just overall improve clarity?
Guaranteed there is a lot of reflections in the room as it is, since it's bare with reflective flooring. This layout is a bit more typical of a studio and not a theater but hits the same general ideas that are important for treatment and you can use it as a guide: http://gikacoustics.com/acoustic-advice

Room Size 20 x15

Line is a half wall

I don't currently have the system fully setup. I am wanting to anticipate the problem as i say that i have a lot of open space and tile floor. Since i am renting i am limited on what i can ,but i would like to add some acoustic panels in order to balance out the issues.

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