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In Reply to: Have you checked what your room acoustics posted by warnerwh on November 7, 2004 at 16:04:00:
This is a small room (14'x14') and serves as our living room in a small cottage. Also, I'm working on a tight budget. Traps in the corners are generally out of the question. I could do wall treatments as long as they're visually pleasing, but I'm generally stuck with the space I've got. Even my speaker placement is very limited (note original post). It's not that I'm against room treatments, it's just that there isn't much that I'm able to do in my situation. Tweaking or changing my speakers seems like the most efficient route to improvement.
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Topic - reduce speaker cabinet coloration, increase tonal accuravy, naturalness (long) - twisty 11:41:48 11/07/04 (14)
- Yes... replace the mid/bass gasket... if there even IS a gasket... - tonemaniac 05:28:48 11/08/04 (4)
- Re: Yes... replace the mid/bass gasket... if there even IS a gasket... - Bob Rex 14:24:07 11/08/04 (3)
- Re: torque - Fatcobra 13:42:17 11/09/04 (0)
- welllll... this is the subject of a long investigation in my music crib - tonemaniac 05:05:20 11/09/04 (1)
- What exactly is tight - Bob Rex 10:17:30 11/10/04 (0)
- Have you checked what your room acoustics - warnerwh 16:04:00 11/07/04 (4)
- There's not much I can do about this. - twisty 16:16:42 11/07/04 (3)
- Re: reduce speaker cabinet coloration, increase tonal accuravy, naturalness (long) - andy evans 12:37:03 11/07/04 (2)
- Re: reduce speaker cabinet coloration, increase tonal accuravy, naturalness (long) - twisty 13:02:06 11/07/04 (1)
- Herbie's Audio Lab Mini IsoMat & PLC - Duster 11:43:53 11/11/04 (0)
- 'accuravy', of course, is pretty much the same as 'accuracy'. -nt - twisty 11:56:31 11/07/04 (0)
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