Originally Posted by alan0354
Speaker placement and the room really have a big effect on the sound. I always know that has an effect, BUT I never in my dreams expect such a huge effect until lately when I start doing experiment. I really have to move the speaker an inch at a time, turning it a few degrees at a time to test. I am still surprised that the tv stand is so low and against the wall away from the speakers, how can that affect the bass so much? Until this, I had to stuff the bass port to reduce the booming sound. I even ordered some black towels to do that, now I have no use for the towels......It's black!!!! and I had to order 12 of them!!!
You’re adding another hard surface to a room that already has a lot of hard surfaces and have sound waves bouncing all over the place. Add some pillows, rugs, etc. to absorb the sound waves and I bet your sound improves.
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