Limitations: I've tried changing placement with the subs, and they only seem to like this area as far as frequency response. As soon as I move them away from the corners the sound seems to diminish.
Also, the right side of my room has windows right in the areas of first reflections - any ideas as to how to deal with these?
Total room size (front to back wall)
13 x 22 and bar area 19x22
Total (average width) dimensions: 16x44x8
Ceiling: Drop ceiling - currently uninsulated, but I'd like to get some R38 (or similar) up there.
I really don't have terrible frequency response, but I'd like to improve as much as possible. I want to get as much as of my room as I can and really don't mind adding as much as I need to. I'll be making it all myself likely using OC 705 or 703.
My question:Where is my money/time best spent? What should I prioritize? I'm thinking the front and left corners from wall to ceiling should be the first priority. Then maybe fill the corner stands/shelves with some insulation under the subs. Then wall treatments when possible at first reflection points. Thoughts?
Now, onto my room:
View of listening position:
View from back of the room by the bar:
A closer look at the front corners without the subs/speakers on them:
Back hallway that shows the rear of the room behind the bar:
Thanks in advance for all your help!