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Bass Traps
12/21/18 at 05:15:19
 

I found this French guy on YouTube, and from what I could follow, he's got some great ideas. I think I might try making some of his bass traps for my tiny listening room system.

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Re: Bass Traps
Reply #1 - 12/21/18 at 18:33:36
 
 He mumbled so badly, I couldn't understand a word! Also had an impossible time reading his lips....  Despite all of that, yes, I agree, he has some ingenious ideas. Now why didn't I think of that? It looks like the larger round bass traps are tune-able. That just makes good sense.
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Re: Bass Traps
Reply #2 - 12/27/18 at 06:35:26
 

I was working on a Tuneable Helmholtz resonator, but it sounds like these membrane bass traps might be more efficient for the same amount of space. Unfortunately the membrane material he recommends is a bit on the expensive side and typically not sold outside of industrial sales...so I'm having trouble figuring out how to try this inexpensively.
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