My darn ears are telling my my home theater sounds bad. My room is a slightly live 15x15, half opened. It seems to be too base heavy in a very narrow range and the midrange just doesn't cut it. My girlfriend (after I've been complaining about the acousitics of our HT) suggested draping the entire room in very heavy fabric comlete with draw back "screen". So after I said "do you realize how much I love you", I started thinking about if this could help. Am I getting too many reflections? Can the "live" sound of the room be fixed? If so is a very dead room a good idea? My gear is a 65", denon 3802 and top of the line polk audio. Music just isn't the same with this room. DVDs just seem to have lost that spacious/airy feel. It seems like I can localize all speakers real easy. Please help me before I run out and buy very expensive speakers that might still sound poor given the room acoustics.