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Hi everyone,
i plan to use some diffusion on the rear wall but have limited space between my listening position and the rear wall,probably about 3 feet.
Which prime number QD would be most suitable,are the QD7 and QD11 considered near field diffusers or is that something entirely different?
Once decided which prime is best could i ask would two of these on the rear wall be adequate for good diffusion?
Any tips or advice appreciated.

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K, You can use the QD – 11. Start the diffuser at 24″ from the floor and extend across the total rear wall surface.

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Dennis Foley said
K, You can use the QD – 11. Start the diffuser at 24″ from the floor and extend across the total rear wall surface.  

HI Dennis, if K only has 3 feet from back wall to listening position, the QD-11 required calculations are 1132/375 = 3ft, but you mentioned to add another 50% (+1.5) totaling 4.5 ft to develop correctly… has your calculations changed? could it be actually possible to have a QD-11 with only 3 feet apart from listening position and do we need to compensate another 9.5″ for the depth of the actual diffuse box? Thank you in advance!

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C, Yes, it also depends on room width and length.

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Thank you for the response Dennis, I also have 3 feet from listening position to wall in a small room… I was debating wether to build a QD-7 but after reading this I think I will build a QD-11, and hope it works! :) any further insight or recommendation will be greatly appreciated !

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C, It will work. Follow up and let us know what you are hearing.

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Yes sir will do! Thank you!

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