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I plan on building Jon Risch's acoustic fiberglass panels. At the same time I am hanging curtains all along the wall behind my speakers from floor to ceiling as part of my home theater. My question is should I mount the acoustic panels behind the curtain or in front of the curtain? The curtain material is a polyesther/cotton/rayon blend.
I would prefer to put them behind the curtain for aesthetic reasons...but they would need to be flush against the wall....I know they won't absorb as much bass being flush against the wall...but will the sound even pass through the curtain and reach the acoustic panel? For that matter...maybe the curtain will be enough.
The general problem with my space is high frequencies anyway. It has the dreaded metallic slap echo.
Any advise would be mucho appreciated.
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Topic - acoustic panels - carter9000 21:30:34 03/05/08 (13)
- Yes you can. - Quiet Earth 13:14:29 03/14/08 (1)
- RE: Yes you can. - carter9000 13:48:56 03/14/08 (0)
- RE: acoustic panels - David Aiken 22:43:29 03/05/08 (10)
- RE: acoustic panels - carter9000 09:11:16 03/06/08 (9)
- RE: acoustic panels - David Aiken 18:20:52 03/06/08 (8)
- RE: acoustic panels - carter9000 18:46:23 03/06/08 (7)
- RE: acoustic panels - David Aiken 00:37:42 03/07/08 (6)
- RE: acoustic panels - carter9000 20:30:56 03/07/08 (5)
- If you use pre and /pre around your text things will be fine: - Ted Smith 16:52:19 03/09/08 (1)
- RE: If you use pre and /pre around your text things will be fine: - carter9000 18:44:51 03/09/08 (0)
- RE: acoustic panels - David Aiken 23:13:58 03/07/08 (1)
- RE: acoustic panels - carter9000 14:33:02 03/08/08 (0)
- RE: acoustic panels - carter9000 20:33:07 03/07/08 (0)