On Mon, 26 Mar 2018 12:12:48 +0100, Jim Lesurf
In article , Dave Plowman (News)
In article , Don Pearce
Yup. Although decent thick curtains may look better.
Curtains work on the highs, but they do nothing for the lows.
Depends how thick the curtains are. ;-)
And how far they are spaced away from the wall/window behind them.
My room treatment in my listening room is four inches of rockwool in
wooden frames, spaced a further four inches from the will behind.
Strips and patches (decorative) of flexible plastic stop the upper
frequencies becoming too dead.
Even after all this I had a slap echo between the hardwood floor and
the ceiling. A large, thick and dense lambs wool rug cured that. It
stopped the direct reflection from the floor in front of the speakers
and a hand clap no longer goes "spaaaaang".
Finally a pair of movable rockwool panels, thee feet by four go at the
side reflection points to give me an image that will let me pick out
individual instruments from a well-recorded orchestra.
Total cost of that lot? Something under 50 quid.
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