Maybe I'll place my speakers in another room. This will cost me some time and heavy lifting! So I want to have some certainty that I will get some results.
I have a flutter echo ploblem in the room I want to place my speakers. I have greatly reduced it by putting al kind of stuff in the room (towels, wood to prefent parallel wal, a turned to the side bed, pillows).
It's just that I wasn't able to put stuff near the ceiling. So now I have no echo when I clap my hands, at ear level and near the floor. But when I clap my hands high in the air, the echo is still extreme, just like before!
Do you think this is going to be a great issue? Or is it the most inportant to have good sound at ear level?