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    Due to my recent upgrades I decided to hang some foam panels up on the wall to help with reflections I was getting in my somewhat square room. I used our new Sonic Barrier foam and command strips to hang them. There is a noticeable difference. There was no rhyme or reason to where I put them, I just wanted something around tweeter/head level.

    Ignore my existing furniture, that stuff will be replaced in a couple weeks. UM18 boxes make for good end tables though...

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    Your results may vary.

  • #2
    Love the make shift coffee table and chair, been there, done that. Man I can only imagine the bass response in that room, it's gotta be crazy good.

    ​Is there an adhesive on the panels for hanging them or did you use a different method?
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    • #3
      I like the chair and cardboard box table as it's similar to what I have. Nothing but the best for decor.
      "Everything is nothing without a high sound quality." (Sure Electronics)

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Kevin K. View Post
        Love the make shift coffee table and chair, been there, done that. Man I can only imagine the bass response in that room, it's gotta be crazy good.

        ​Is there an adhesive on the panels for hanging them or did you use a different method?
        Kevin,

        I used basic command strips to hang these, just two strips on each panel in the top corners. They work really well. And yes...the bass response is a bit ridiculous. I'm still tweaking here and there but it's getting dialed in. The room is 11x12ish. I would genuinely be worried if I tried maxing these subs in this room. I have found the resonant frequency of my floor is about 7 Hz

        Originally posted by ernperkins View Post
        I like the chair and cardboard box table as it's similar to what I have. Nothing but the best for decor.
        Damn skippy. My new stuff will be here in two weeks, I can't wait. That bag chair isn't the most comfortable thing (hence the pillow).
        Your results may vary.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by mattp View Post
          Due to my recent upgrades I decided to hang some foam panels up on the wall to help with reflections I was getting in my somewhat square room. I used our new Sonic Barrier foam and command strips to hang them. There is a noticeable difference. There was no rhyme or reason to where I put them, I just wanted something around tweeter/head level.

          Ignore my existing furniture, that stuff will be replaced in a couple weeks. UM18 boxes make for good end tables though...

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          Matt is there a general rule of thumb as far as placement and the amount needed?

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          • #6
            Are those curtains leather
            Craig

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            • #7
              Originally posted by PWR RYD View Post
              Are those curtains leather
              ​I thought I saw some handcuffs and maybe some cattails. Is this a fifty shades of subwoofer room?

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              • #8
                Is that a woofer/clock on the right side behind the speaker?
                I AM stealing that! (The idea, I mean)

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