- 07-14-2012, 04:18 AM #1
Interesting how small speaker adjustments make a difference.
I've been complaining about my krk rp5's having no bass.
Well what i did is angle them towards the center by few inches.
I also angled them downward with my auralex pads to match my ears when my chair is at its lowest point.
I noticed an increase in bass, felt sub frequencies that i normally couldn't.
Well it feels like i've lost a bit of stereo width though or its justs me.
Maybe the sounds now hit the carpets so reflections are gone a little bit?
Well anyways I have a little question.
I have a wide windows on my left side and a closet with wide mirrors on the right.
Does anybody know what those materials act as for room acoustics?
When i get larger speakers, I would have to improve my acoustics even more.
- 07-15-2012, 02:20 PM #2Bronze-Plated Member
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Re: Interesting how small speaker adjustments make a difference.
well it makes sense that as you gain low frequencies you lose the perceived stereo wideness because lower frequancies are normally not wide and they glue the two sides together in a way.
The windows and the doors act a deflectors or worse, depending on how they are angled they act as refelctors. Not a deal breaker but yes, if you were to treat them by hanging a softer less rigid surface over them you will notice a difference, you may even get that stereo wideness back cuz there will be less reflections clouding up your image. None of this will make or break your ability make quality tracks but def somethng to be mindful of if you do have the resources to fix it .
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