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post #11461 of 11471 Old 09-18-2016, 02:49 AM
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Interesting stuff, new to me. It's says that "The black surface provides a visual barrier with an aesthetic appearance, in both wall and ceiling applications." Hence you do not wrap it, as long as you apply these without the sides in sight (so wall-to-wall). Looks cool, but maybe not for formal living spaces. The heaviest and thickest quality is best of course.

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Question Riser Bass trap

Please share thoughts/ Theory or experience on Riser bAss trap build.

Will be building a riser soon and would like to make it more functional for any bass trap use
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Please share thoughts/ Theory or experience on Riser bAss trap build.



Will be building a riser soon and would like to make it more functional for any bass trap use


I did some research on this and in the end, decided it wasn't worth the trouble and expense, as always, YMMV


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Hello everyone.

Excuse me .
I would like to use anthem (arc) by measurements of acoustic treatment put in my room, is it possible? or I have to use another way?
Thank you very much.
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Figured I would ask here first before making a new thread. If I am building a backer box for a ceiling speaker, I know the correct cubic feet volume, does it matter how close the back of the speaker is to the box as long as the volume is correct? For instance I only have 6.25 inches of room and the speaker is 5" deep, so it is only 1.25" of room behind the speaker but plenty of room on the sides.
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Figured I would ask here first before making a new thread. If I am building a backer box for a ceiling speaker, I know the correct cubic feet volume, does it matter how close the back of the speaker is to the box as long as the volume is correct? For instance I only have 6.25 inches of room and the speaker is 5" deep, so it is only 1.25" of room behind the speaker but plenty of room on the sides.
So long as the driver doesn't touch you're good to go.
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So long as the driver doesn't touch you're good to go.
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Can someone with experience tell me what the average HT treatment panel thickness is? 2"?

I don't have a budget to support a professional design for treatments in my new HT. just curious, can I get away with 1-2" thick panels?
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I NEED HELP ....

I have a separate wood outbuilding ...now insulated and it has a partially vaulted ceiling in the theater area and an open area opposite a solid wall.

I'm sure I should have some sound absorption on the wall and not sure about the slanted ceiling on the one side.
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pic update for last post indicates a wall height of 8 ft and a rise in ceiling of 4" in 12 " for 6 ft then a flat ceiling of 8 ft panel...at 9ft 6 inch high.

I don't have a wall for a reflection point on the one side.
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Can someone with experience tell me what the average HT treatment panel thickness is? 2"?

I don't have a budget to support a professional design for treatments in my new HT. just curious, can I get away with 1-2" thick panels?
It depends entirely on the materials used. OC 703/705, Roxul Rockboard 60/80. It also depends on the frequencies you are looking to eliminate at reflection points. Most use 2" panels and are happy.

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