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Alex from Austin
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July 31, 2018 - 11:08 am
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Hello, Just introducing myself.

I’ve just moved into a new home and have had an initial consult with Dennis about the best way to treat the listening space.

I have a dedicated listening area in the ‘great room’ located on the main level of the house.

It has some challenges, and also represents a great opportunity to treat a large room.

The great room has 18′ vaulted ceilings and is approximately 18′ long x 15′ wide.

There is no rear wall, as the room merges with the kitchen area in one giant space.

Lots of cubic feet. Lots of reflections.

The first step for me is to manage the primary, secondary, and tertiary reflections.

I’m on a budget and am going to go slow with the project.

I just ordered a 4-pack of 2″ foam to begin building some frames around to be able to move them around the room.

I’ll be photographing the project as I go, and would love feedback.

Whats the best way to share pics of the project as I go?

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