home theater acoustic problems!

Discussion in 'Beginners, General Questions' started by Chris:-/OV, Sep 13, 2003.

  1. Chris:-/OV

    Chris:-/OV Stunt Coordinator

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    I've got really good B&W speakers (the DM600 Series 3) coupled to a Denon 3803 but the eccoustics in the room are really crap. What besides sound absorbing panels can I add to the room because I know this is excellent equipment and shouldn't sound so crappy. The room is a perfect rectangle(6m by 3m)and I know this is'nt perfect but I need urgent advice so that I can start enjoying my movies. Thanks for your help.
    Chris
     
  2. JachnA

    JachnA Auditioning

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    besides lowering ur bass on ur reciever and moving ur speakers away from the wall. i dont know of ne other real way maybe try angling them to where the sound only reflects off of ur rear wall or something
     
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    Please be more specific to your acoustical dilema. Is the room "dead" or "live" for instance. Define "crappy". Do you mean "muddy"? Or is to "bright"? Are you you using a subwoofer? How is the room arranged? What are the contents of the room? What are building materials are used..carpet, hardwood, concrete, etc?
     

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