membrane traps in reflection points??? glenn or ethan :0)
need some advice...
i overdid it in my room and am losing some highs and my control room feels too tight. i know the obvious thing would be to take some stuff out but the trade off of doing so is that the bottom end changes. the real culprit is that i bought some knauf ecosse 703 eqiuvalent which sound very different for 703 and is more agressive at killing stuff above 1k.
i already have frk on the 703-705 panels in the back of the room but hate the shrilly thing that happens when you have frk panels in reflection points.
i know it is generally a bad idea to put membraned traps in reflection points but it this case would it be ok?
what i would like to do is to glue either plastic from a garbage bag or cardboard to a few of the panels in the reflection points to liven things up but still maintain the bass absoption i like.
thanks in advance