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I'm no expert but I would also say the one behind you at that distance from the back wall. My old theater had the couch almost against the back wall. Treating it made me much less aware of the back wall. Even without anything playing it made the room 'sound' bigger. For music it would probably be worthwhile to treat the front speaker's first reflection points too.


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I appreciate all the input. The room is setup for 7.1. I've already treated the side walls and ceiling where the front speakers and center's first reflection are. I just didn't know which one to attack next.
 

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Originally Posted by bloodta /forum/post/17049372


It's about 2 feet.

I believe the rear wall reflection is a problem with this distance. It is too near for diffusion but a good absorber should be helpful. I have a pair of 2" thick panels, spaced 1" off the wall, behind my seating position. Makes a tremendous difference.
 

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The glass top coffee table in front of you is a candidate as well.
 
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