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Is some kind of sound treatment better than nothing , for a small room? I know a small room is not the best for a music listening room but is some kind of treatment better than nothing at all?

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Hi Elchamaco, It depends on usage. If the usage and the size and volume are not matched together, you could be wasting time and money. You must have a room size and volume that matches usage to a certain degree for treatment to be effective. This pertains to energy below 100 Hz. Energy above 100 Hz. contributes to high Rt-60 times which would be managed by the application of sound absorbing materials.

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