Originally Posted by jevchance
I'd be tempted to keep the horns up front and find a way to minimize reflections, but that's me. If the horns sound great up there, seems like you'd want to find a way to make that happen.
I was thinking the same thing. Instead of building new subs, how about building a small platform(stand) to raise the HTMs off the F20s? Wouldn’t have to be a tall stand, just enough to move the reflection point. Then, you could add some diffusion panels to the tops of the F20s. Or, maybe some more absorption panels. Looks like you’ve got a decent amount of absorption going on. A little diffusion never hurts. Lol.
I bought my diffusion panels off Amazon. They’re over the glass panels of three doors in my room. Not sure they do anything, but I didn’t want the glass showing anyway, and it was an inexpensive way to hide the glass. Might help your situation though.
However, if you’re dead set on building new subs, go big. Those B&C 21s get lots of praise. I had planned on building a few myself, but couldn’t resist the cost of building two more THTs. I, like you, love my horns.
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