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Thanks Glenn,

What do you think about the back wall? I have two columns about 5 feet apart with dipole speakers inside the columns. I was going to put 4 inch thick OC 703 between the columns and put the FRK facing on so I don't absorb too much of the sound from the dipole speakers. I still want the sound to reflect a little.
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No, you never want to use facing on the panels if in the early reflection point.

http://www.gikacoustics.com/video-ea...ection-points/
Thanks, I was getting confused from your earlier qoute... Now I understand.

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Having the fiberglass in those corners should be fine, if I am understanding your question correctly. Basically all corners are good to use for bass trapping.
Thanks Myfipie,

Just want to clarify before cutting up all this expensive OC703... I am cutting them into 16 triangles, as opposed to the popular 8 pieces.

This is OK yes??
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Just want to clarify before cutting up all this expensive OC703... I am cutting them into 16 triangles, as opposed to the popular 8 pieces.
That is going to be pretty small and is not going to work all that great below 200hz or so. I recommend making the triangles no less then 16"x16"x24" honestly.

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Ready to buy Roxul and Pink Fluffy. I got a few important questions before committing a lot of money to it.

1. Should I get 40, 60 or 60 KG/M3?
2. Pink Fluffy (glass wool). This if for under the Riser (as a general bass trap). I intend to fill it all up, about 6 feet in length and 10 feet wide, and 1 feet high. Again, people say get pink fluffy/glass wool instead of RockWool, so, again, the question, would 30 KG/M3 work?
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