It's been awhile since I examined the sound in my room with REW, but I now finally have clearance from the wife for "some" acoustic treatments so I'd like to revisit here.
I've attached my left, centre and right speaker sound waves from my last readings over a year ago. I will be measuring again and posting here just to get a more current reading, but wanted to get this discussion going sooner.
At that time, I positioned my two SVS PB-12 subs to get the smoothest bass response, so that's already done.
I've also posted here:https://www.avsforum.com/forum/19-de...l#post58560682
with picture of my room and details which should help.
I've since measured my first reflections (mirror trick), including the ceiling.
My thoughts were that I'd just buy the following bass traps and place them as indicated below: This is pretty much the extent of the WAF so couldn't go beyond.
GIK Acoustics Monster Bass Trap with Flex Range - 7.31" thick - 24"x36" - I'd mount two end to end on the ceiling at the measured reflection point between the FL/C/FR speakers and the main viewing position (blue couch).
GIK Acoustics 244 Bass Trap with Flex Range - 5.25" thick - 24.25" x 48.25" - I'd mount 3 vertically side by side on the big green wall to the right of the screen (behind the other blue couch that's perpendicular to the screen wall) at the measured reflection point there which is about centre on that wall
Is this a good approach? Should I be measuring or trying other things first?
How likely are the acoustic treatments going to be at improving my sound in the room I have?