well the floor of the room* is carpeted... so I take it that's a helpful start?
Carpet on the walls too?
Nope but it sounds like Rug's on the walls will be something to explore for sure
I would avoid the big companies that offer acoustic treatment (such as GIK, who tend to be overpriced), but instead look for smaller local companies that can knock you up a bunch of fabric covered 2'x4', 4" thick panels for around $75 each.
How big is the room and where will the speaker be placed? Large enough room and speakers in 1/3 the way from wall minimize the need for treatments.
You need a full face rug-helmet. The combination of sensory deprivation, lack of oxygen, and a well damped head will take you on an audio quest the likes of which you’ve never experienced before. Just remember to cut out some ear holes.
@BenjaminBore, briliant: lol!
@Elmer Danilovich, first get the speakers and listen to them. Just enjoy. Do not do this with the premise that there must be something wrong with your room that you have to correct!
@Thad E Ginathom ...I've had these speakers for about a year now, just some JBL 305p MKii's on a pair ProJax 40 Isolation Kits in a smaller space with EQ,
With a larger room I'd like them a foot off the wall but with treatment, @PTS I think your suggestion is where I'll wind up if I don't DIY it myself. Eventually I'll get a set of 705s or 708s, but till then I'd like to enjoy the task of room treatment
Oh, ok... so it is a next step. Right :)
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