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@arjbeautiful mpw...would be a pleasure to listen to music in this setup. whats your listening position ?
in any case i have almost exhausted my credit score with my family for this ...and i am quite happy with the music so i will let it sleep for some months just like this..There's no scientific reason that comes to my mind why it would be applicable for horizontal surfaces and not for vertical surfaces.
Just a thought - ceiling panels tend to be lighter / less thicker so the air gap helps ??There's no scientific reason that comes to my mind why it would be applicable for horizontal surfaces and not for vertical surfaces.
Not true. If only it were so simple. The short truth to this is that this depends mainly upon the frequencies one is targeting, the absorption material used and the density of the absorption material among others.There is a suggestion that 6 inch is too thick but i have read that an absorber starts to really work after 4 inch thickness so i selected 6 inches - which is greater than 4 inches and doesnt get too big aesthetically as well.
I wish I had a wise gut like yours. All my gut tells me these days is to get out, exercise more and to reduce my gut!I made the absorbers first as my gut feel told me this would be of benefit - this would be better than diffusers behind the speaker.