Need a little help with SVS Ultra speakers
I own the SVS Ultra 5.1 speakers with PB2000 subwoofer for some time now. (2 years Approx.). Installed them in my small dedicated HT room (16 feet x 11 feet x 8.5 feet). Recently i went ahead with twelve DIY 4'x2', Roxul Rockwool 100kg/m3 ,acoustic panels. Also did ceiling treatment with 2'x2' perforated tiles with a backing of Roxul Rockwool 48kg/m3.The floor is covered with a heavy carpet.There are also a lot of cutains inside the room.
Earlier my Left, center and right speakers were behind my big 120 inch non-acoustically transparent screen. A friend suggested to install a small screen and remove the hinderence the screen was posing to the speakers. Now the small screen is behind the speakers and i have positioned the speakers somewhat close to the listening position and now they seem to be optimally placed as far as their placement is concerned.
THE PROBLEM:- Now after acoustic treatment there is a lot of harshness in the overall system sound. The tweeters draw a lot of my attention towards them.The harshness seems to be associated with loud scenes and certain high frequency movie scenes.
I have turned down the treble to -6db to in an attempt to remove some of this harshness.
Is this harshness due to the SVS Ultra's aluminum dome tweeter?
Or There is something wrong with the acoustic treatment?
I did put acoustic foam on the panels to tame some of the harshness.
(The pic of my room is also attached )
Please help me with this.
Thanks in advance
Sony 55A8F OLED TV, Sony X900E LCD TV, Yamaha RX-A3050 reciever, Epson 5300 1080p projector, SVS Ultra Tower Surround Sound 7.1.2 system, SVS PB2000 Subwoofer, SVS SB1000 Subwoofer, Marantz UD7007 Universal Disc Player, LG UP970 UHD Player, Braun 16:9 projector screen.