Bass Management

Discussion in 'Speakers & Subwoofers' started by RyanJE, Jan 7, 2005.

  1. RyanJE

    RyanJE Second Unit

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    Hi all you bass junkies, Im looking for some input. My hometheater is also my bedroom since unfortunately I still live with the rents. Anyway, my room is in the basement and the floors and walls are all concrete. Not very bass friendly. Any tips or suggestions to change this??
     
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    Hang tapestries and get lots of pillows. I can also have the secondary effect of really worrying your parents! [​IMG]
     
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    A corner is always a good start. It will give you 6-9 Db more because of the boundaries. Also An area rug or two should help to tame the over all room. Best way is to get a test disk and see what kind of response you are getting. Playing with location is important.
     
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    My girlfriend would love the pillows though!!
     
  5. RyanJE

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    I have carpeting and wood over the walls. So its not to bad. Ill try putting the sub in a corner too.
     

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