Originally Posted by prepress
One other thing. Those Mirages are omnidirectional, are they not? If so, perhaps they would like reflections. My M3-sis are bipolar, and the manual speaks of keeping side and rear walls clear of objects which would affect dispersion. That may factor into how your acoustic treatment goes.
I have too much stuff in my room and am pretty sure the soundstage depth is affected negatively, as both side and rear walls have stuff on them.
I have asked that question, about the omnipolar needing reflection points, and have had mixed answers. I did read that if the speakers are within 3 to 6 feet from the wall behind the speakers or sidewalls that treatments could be used to help with room gain or to tone down the boomy bass, something to that effect anyway. I could definitly use some behind my speakers, only a foot off the wall, but not sure about the side wall. I have plenty of room there. I only have 1 sidewall because the other side is open to the dining room/kitchen. I thought the rear corners to help with the standing low freq. waves. That is just from what I've read I'm just not sure if it's needed.
Only 1 way to find out I guess and that's to try some, so I may get a couple to put behind my front L and R and go from there if necassary.
Thoughts on that.