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Floor treatment.
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July 16, 2019 - 4:00 pm
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I here talk in on the Acoustic Fields Videos about being able to treat all six room boundaries. How do you treat the floor? What if it is of concrete slab construction? Can you explain?

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C, Floors are left for last along with the ceiling. We always focus on the 4 walls first and foremost. The four walls account for over 60% of what we hear. Floors are treated with low-frequency absorption technology just like the walls and ceiling. Depending on the usage, people choose reflective surfaces such as hardwood floors. Others will choose a carpet with a thicker pad. It also depends on traffic. Carpet in live rooms, not a good idea.

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