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Extremely tiny listening room
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February 10, 2018 - 8:52 am
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Hello,

I have an extremely tiny listening room (more like a box really).

Its dimensions are roughly 3.3′ W / 5.5′ H / 6.5′ L.

It’s build of 6 panels, each one made of double MDF panels with stone wool in between them. The entire right side wall and back wall are covered in cheap pyramid foam panels.

I use it as a two-channel dedicated listening room. Up against the front wall I have a turntable, amp and speakers on shelves. Listening position is near-field, against the back wall.

I understand the absurdity of the design, but what could I do to improve the acoustics?

Thank you!

Martin

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February 12, 2018 - 7:10 am
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K, You must add low-frequency absorption.

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