January 2, 2019
Hi there, just discovered your site and can see there is some very good reading.
My question is around different types of wall construction in my new listening room. A garage conversion.
Two adjoining walls are brick, another timber frame wall adjoins one of the brick walls, the last isn’t a wall yet but a full with roller door. The room is around 5mtr, not square but maybe 1/2 mtr off square. No ceiling as yet. I can make this sloped or whatever shape you recommend…
None of the walls are treated or lined as yet, looking for advise on this.
Which ever wall I place the speakers on they’ll have different wall construction bordering them. Is this an issue?
I can post a picture of the room if that helps?
Appreciate any advise.
August 12, 2013
Dave, Fill out your room information in this link. Include photos of all room surfaces. Let’s take a look at your whole room size and usage. Wall construction depends on noise rates and levels. https://www.acousticfields.com/free-room-analysis/
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