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Hi guys,

Been reading up all the articles on room acoustics. Saw the THX video.

Pictures of my HT:-
http://photobucket.com/Satishs_Home-Theater


The wall has been treated with some kind of glass wool i believe. It is rectangular enclosed basement room with equal length and breadth on both sides.


Now the question : Is there anything 'MORE' i can do to help acoustics?

Any suggestions, comments, advice would be appreciated. thanks


satish
 

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Originally Posted by Zaluss /forum/post/14276436


Well first question is...


Do you like the sound now? Or do you feel there is still more to accomplish...

Love the sound........ but i figured since room acoustics plays the biggest part, no harm in experimenting a little and seeing if the sound improves more.
 

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Yes, you need bass traps.


--Ethan

thanks..

Can you elaborate .... what type, how many, which side of the walls?
 

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Can you elaborate .... what type, how many, which side of the walls?

Bass traps do the most good in the corners, and flat on the rear wall behind you is good to. Note that most rooms have 12 corners, and those where the walls meet the floor and ceiling are just as good as where walls meet walls. The drawing below from my company's site shows the basics of bass trap placement. (The panels numbered 1 and 2 are bass traps.) Even more info is here, and the advice applies to all bass traps, not just those we offer:

Placing bass traps


--Ethan

 
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