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Rear wall with closet question
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March 18, 2019 - 8:20 am
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My new listening room is 17x13x8. The rear wall has a closet behind it for which I can take off the sliding doors. This would add another 30″ of depth except for two short walls that go across the room about 2’in on both

I have full bass treatments for all the corners and rear wall. Would I place the corner bass traps in the rear corners of the closet or should I use the actual room corners which would be on the two short walls that frame the closet?

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P, Build diaphragmatic absorbers for the closet area. They are 16″ deep. What are your “bass traps” made of? How deep are they?

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