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I have a couple of impulse response spikes that I have only managed to partially treat. For example, spike that was at -6dB was at -12dB after placing a broadband absorber (DIY). So what are my options to drop it to recommended -20? Thicker and better built trap (more transparent fabric maybe)? Or combination of diffusion/absorption on said spot?
Here is measurement of center + sub (boosted a bit much lol) after audyssey calibration.
100-2000 Hz area looks like a total mess, right now I have only treated first reflections, no bass traps in corners yet. Would Dirac be more successful at ironing out frequency response in that range?
There is also impulse response of cc, first reflections treated, but only with partial success.
Last edited by donktard; 04-04-2016 at 04:56 AM.