Originally Posted by plain fan
I would agree with Louis, on your results with Audyssey. You have spent a great deal of time in treating your room to get the proper acoustic results, so it is no surprise to me that you don't see any great results. Your effort and room is my example I use when talking to people about how outstanding results can be accomplished by a DIYer. Keep up the great work!
BTW, have you ever considered adding Bass Shakers (or tactile transducers) to your room to increase the perceived base response? Or do you achieve the desired level of base through your subs?
Thank you for the nice comments Grady
, I am actually adding some more panels to the ceiling and some that will be combined with wood art diffusers. Keith Yates recommended the combination and many high end bass traps have both absorption and diffusion incorporated so I'm going to give it a go.
Re TT's I bought and sold both Buttkickers and Aura Bass Shakers. I had them on a couch and chair in my old room and my SO absolutely hated them. She likes bass but thought the TT's felt artificial and I had to agree. They have abig following so it may just have been my poor implementation.
The dual Danley TH-SPUDS under my second row riser and the dual JTR Captivators up front when combined with my second story suspended floor HT room give me all the shaking I could ever want. It really gets scary at times so no, TT's are not on my radar
Originally Posted by Djoel
The guy who sell them fluctuate in price but they are usually a cool G
I love wood carve art pieces like those, in fact I have a cheap version I got from china town which cost me a few hundies
from my single days but RMK's are quite stunning...
Thanks David, I have no idea how effective these Art Panels are as diffusors. They are kind of visually lost in the current location so I'm going to be mounting them in front of some GIK 242 panels and we'll see how that goes. I will be running some before and after sweeps to see if there are any significant changes to the rooms FR.