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Originally Posted by Tom Riddle View Post
No, they are 20' high, and my wife is barely on board with putting traps in the front. I got a hold of GIK and ATS, and they both suggested I just stick to bass traps behind the towers and the center due to my constraints. My room is not an ideal space due to being so open, so I will go with any improvement until I can build a dedicated space.
Yes that is a lot of blank wall area so you will naturally have a lot of upper frequency reflections (reverb). In the future, I would get some absorption (or diffusion) on the upper wall areas.

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Thanks @myfipie . Unfortunately, those areas have been deemed off-limits by my wife. I do have two bass trap panels coming in from GIK, so we will see how that helps. I did have a contractor come in to see about finishing the upstairs media room - so I'm on the way at least. My wife is trying to steer me from adding a pool and just finishing that room. That's how tired she is of my HT hobby, lol.

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