Speakers behind drapes/ curtains.

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  1. Larry*S

    Larry*S Agent

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    Will placing speakers behind drapes/curtains affect the sound.

    (sorry for dumb question)

    larry
     
  2. Wayne A. Pflughaupt

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    Yes. It will "soak up" the highs. If you go this route, use the thinnest material you can find, and expect to boost the treble somewhat to compensate.
     
  3. ChrisWiggles

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    Yes definitely it will affect the sound, I really wouldn't recommend it if you are serious about music and such.
     
  4. Benihana

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    Why don't you use acoustic speaker grille as your drap or cover that should not affect much?
     
  5. Tony Genovese

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    If the drapes are acoustically transparent (sheers), it shouldn't have any effect on the sound. What about putting the TV behind drapes[​IMG].
     
  6. Wayne Ernst

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    If the speakers have to go behind curtains or drapes because the wife wants them hidden, then go with in-wall speakers.
     
  7. Larry*S

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    OK, I get the point!
    Thats what I figured.

    Thanks for the info.

    larry
     

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