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Hi,


I am about to move into a new condo with my wife and am concerned about how my home theater system is going to sound.


The condo has 10.5 ft ceilings, wooden floors and expansive floor to ceiling windows. Because the room is first and foremost a living area, I am hoping someone may be able to advise me how to treat the room without it looking like the room has been treated.


I plan on buying art panels from acoustimac.com but I'm not going to be able to hang them at the first reflection of the front speakers. Apart from the panels the only thing I can think of is acoustic blinds. Unfortunately I can't find anywhere in the US to buy them.


Does anyone have any ideas?


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I have not ever heard of acoustic blinds. If you cannot put in a carpet, you have real problems in that space with the walls, ceiling and windows all being reflective while the windows will pass LF. And, of course, none of this addresses bass issues..................
 
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