Currently my room has no treatment except for a carpet between speakers and listening position and curtains on windows. There are windows behind speakers and windows around 6 feet behind listening position. I keep these open, because open windows are perfect absorbers. The left wall has a window (which I keep closed) with curtains, so can't put anything there. The right wall is bare. I am thinking of installing six of these https://www.auralexchange.com/product/nankarrow-neowave-wedge-6-pcs-1ft-x-1ft-acoustic-panel/ and keep it around point of first reflection on the right wall. Would it theoretically make much of a difference? My end goal is to minimize the ear piercing mids and improve stereo image.
And most importantly, is there any way I can install panels without permanently damaging walls (except maybe the paint)? I saw thison YouTube. Does this look like a reasonable idea? I mean practically it does, but does installing it non-firmly as shown here make absorbers less efficient somehow?
And most importantly, is there any way I can install panels without permanently damaging walls (except maybe the paint)? I saw this
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