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Acetone
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Acetone Room
03/01/17 at 22:25:54
 
Nearly have dedicated room completed upstairs. Will be adding ceiling absorber panels soon and that just might do it. Enjoying the sound immensly!!

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BACK WALL:
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Reply #1 - 03/02/17 at 01:57:39
 
Nice.  Love the vinyl collection.
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Reply #2 - 03/03/17 at 21:47:40
 
Those Tektons look sweet!
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Reply #3 - 03/04/17 at 15:21:01
 
Very nice, thanks for sharing. Looks about the same dimensions as my listening room. I tried some ceiling panels and the soundstage lowered so I removed them. I love the storage method with the dedicated Lp & platform in one. ...and of course the geetar.  8-)
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Reply #4 - 03/04/17 at 17:26:12
 
Thx Syd, room is 11' x 16' x 8' ceiling. Ceiling panels did help. Had first listen last night which showed more detail/better seperation of instruments. Weird thing is since adding more diffusion, and absorbers, I find that I only need to turn Zen up to 8 o'clock. Used to listen at around 9 to 10. Wondering if room treatments have something to do with that?
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Reply #5 - 03/06/17 at 09:23:57
 
Yes thats a bigger room than mine Ace. I dont have the sophistication of treatment you have but with my more basic panels I feel I`ve reached base camp. No more ear ringing at modest levels.
They (yours) look like diffusers which employ the mathematical formula for wave bands.
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Reply #6 - 03/06/17 at 17:21:03
 
Hey Syd,  I can't explain the math behind the diffusers, perhaps Lonely Raven or Palamino can?
I just know what I hear, and if I like it or not. Works for me. The process continues!
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Reply #7 - 03/07/17 at 04:52:46
 
I wouldn't worry about the math, but here's my take.  You don't need the volume because the treatments are helping to extract detail otherwise obscured.  Volume is frequently a substitute for detail; you don't get it, and your mind can't fill in the gaps, so you turn it up.  That's what happened to me anyway!
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Reply #8 - 03/07/17 at 04:55:37
 
By the way, like your Lores!  They were my first pair of hi-fi speakers.  I kinda wish I still had them.  I've gone OB but a good pair of bass reflex cabinets always have their place.
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Reply #9 - 03/08/17 at 19:07:28
 
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Volume is frequently a substitute for detail; you don't get it, and your mind can't fill in the gaps, so you turn it up.  That's what happened to me anyway!


This right here is huge, and I see it all the time, especially in home theater.

I can't understand the dialog (turn it up) I still can't understand the dialog (turns it up more), damnit now it's just loud noise.

People don't realize the *room* is the problem, and turning it up just exacerbates the problem...especially when you have a fancy 7.1 system with all those speakers blaring into the same room from different directions and massive comb filtering all over.  It's also why some people get the false idea that a room full of absorbers is a good thing - because it solves the slap-echo issue, but doesn't address other issues, and can cause different ones! LOL

In our two channel systems, if we can take away that slap echo, get our in-room frequency response even, suddenly all this micro-detail pops out. It was there all along, just probably EQ'd out with the sound bouncing off the walls and into itself.

Go one step further, if we can lower our ambient noise level, we can extract even more using less. Like when you're at the library and the slightest sound you make seems way loud, LOL.



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Reply #10 - 03/08/17 at 23:04:50
 
Hey LR,  makes perfect sense. Makes me wish I could have late night listening sessions. Music room is right above master bedroom. So, when the wife goes to bed the music stops. I am sure late night sound would be awesome. I usually don't begin sessions till after 6:30 when things begin to quite down!
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