I liked this article except for one point. Absorption should be used very sparingly not in large quantities. The reason is that the absorptive surfaces mentioned work primarily on high frequencies not in the upper midrange where a lot of echoing is actually occurring. The point of treatment is to shorten reverb time across a wide bandwidth not to equalize the treble below flat. Doing so will suck the life out of the music. To properly treat a multimedia room (apt. dwellers' systems usually do double duty for movies & music, correct?) one must diffuse and absorb sound. Have you never noticed how bad music actually sounds in a dedicated theater?
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Those stands are WAY to low to the floor...2 finger wags from this audiophile. :(
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Beautiful design, what turntable are you using?
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