When is acoustic treatment on the ceilings absolutely necessary? I have a basement theater room and the ceilings are obnoxiously low, which I absolutely hate. The ceiling is about 7 feet tall. It was strongly suggested to me by Brian at GIK acoustics that I put two 244 GIK panels on the ceiling in my theater room BECAUSE the ceiling is so low. I bought them and was trying to hang them. Aside from me having a hell of a time finding the studs in the ceiling, I was holding them up against the ceiling, completely flush and they come down so low that some people would actually be rubbing their head on them when standing up. So my question is, is it really imperative that I put these on the ceiling, or is there another place for them that would just as good or close to as good?
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11/15/13 at 2:18pm