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as you'll end up with less panels. Quality of the pieces bought in your situation with little room is very important it appears.
I've not heard all these but my research tells me the Realtraps devices are probably the most effective per square foot.
I know someone who has alot of a different brand of panels and he's very happy with the result. He had almost no bass and now his bass is excellent. It took 14 panels though. So he spent more money and it takes up more space.
While you're at it you should get as much room treatment as you think you may need or can afford. I'm sure you can get a money back guarantee. This is just for your security as I will bet and give odds that you'll be very pleased with the result. Many of us who tried acoustic treatments and bass traps wish we would have decades ago. In my room the difference is major. It's like getting much better speakers.
I don't think you could actually match the sound quality with speakers alone actually because the room would still be doing all the damage it had been before. If you go to the Rives forum on this site you'll find it's dedicated to acoustics. There's many highly knowledgeable people who help others there like Ethan Winer of Realtraps and Richard Bird of Rives Audio.
The real traps guys are also musicians. Scott Veenstra is 'taking care' of me and ... they may be more sostly than GIK acoustics (significantly) but the service and expertise you get with it are eally good. The cost of trapping my room is going to cost me an arm, a leg and likely, my gonads ... hope it's well worth it ...
Real taps is about smoothning room response. ASC is about attacking specific (withing a small range) frequencies. Both have a function. Between these two, almost everything should be controllable.
as well as many good articles. This will help you understand why these products are a necessity if you have problems or want the best sound your system is capable of producing.
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