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post #1 of 2 Old 07-01-2013, 08:16 AM - Thread Starter
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Hello all! I am helping a friend of family finish out a theater room.

We are down to the acoustical panels. What do you guys think for this room size?

I can't really do the corner bass traps because of the columns in the back wall. Would flat bass traps on the back wall work just fine?
Maybe 2 of them? 4x2?

Does anyone put panels on the ceiling?

FYI The room has a ceiling drop down lip going around it. It has 3 sections of the floor that raise up 8 inches each row.
There is 2 columns in the back wall.

Don't listen to what the guys saying in the video, I just asked him to film the room for me and he doesn't really know what he's saying.
When he says "communication wires" that's actually where the projector is going.




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Here is a theater of similar size we helped an awesome client with:



Obviously paneling on the side and back walls is pretty standard, but if you see the bass traps in the back corners you'll notice they are thinner than standard sizes. It isn't difficult for these to be custom made to fit the space with your columns. As far as installing panels on the ceiling, we would recommend doing so if you have a flat ceiling as opposed to coffered. This is a common installation method using z clips or eye bolts for flush mounted or suspended.
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