I have been reading alot about home theater recomendations. I ran across this and it had me woundering. Here is what I read. That leaves one additional problem to contend with - standing waves. Think of standing waves this way: As low bass soundwaves enter the corner of a room, they tend to remain there, piling up unattenuated. Rooms with standing wave problems will tend to sound "boomy" and will generally lack bass detail. All that uncontrolled bass energy is essentially muddying things up in the bass region. We need to somehow trap those waves so they cannot reflect back into the room or pile up in corners. This is the job for bass traps. These are areas built into the wall structure of the room that allow bass energy to enter, but not exit. With traps designed into our room, standing waves are no longer a problem. My question is, could you help eliminate this problem by radiusing the outer corners of the room. Or should the courners be at 90% angles to pull the waves in and have the bass traps eliminate them.