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RE: Scott - what are the dimensions of the room?

The dimensions of the room will not be as straightforward as with a normal room. The finished room boundaries will be hiding the absorbent material on the walls and hiding the open ceiling.

The dimensions of those boundaries will be approximately 16'2" X 11' 4" X 7' 8" But none of those boundaries will be reflective. So speaker and listener positioning will not be as restricted as with normal reflective boundaries.

Cost is looking like $45,000.00- $50,000.00 But that will depend on just how effective the ceiling trap is. On paper it should act as a near perfect pressure release for everything under the Schroeder frequencies. And the wall and floor absorption should kill everything above those frequencies.

But I am prepared to add a few targeted diaphragmatic traps if needed. I also still have my two PSI active traps to use first before adding any additional specific frequency targeting bass traps.


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  • RE: Scott - what are the dimensions of the room? - Analog Scott 01:53:25 03/22/24 (0)

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