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RE: seating placement in odd room question
Posted by Ethan Winer on April 17, 2009 at 10:17:51:
An opening behind you is a Good Thing. The worst peaks and nulls generally occur from reflections off the rear wall. So the farther away that is the better. If you have a way to measure your room response at high resolution (not 1/3 octave) while you experiment, all the better.