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Brick and concrete surfaces are tough. Drywall over studs forms a fairly effective membrane trap.

Any chance you could build up some shallow boxes to line some of the walls with?



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Any chance you could build up some shallow boxes to line some of the walls with?
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If you are just going to use pourous absorbers, put them in any and all corners you can.

There isn't clear data that suggests that 705 is better than 703, but a membrane can help reduce lower frequency ringing.



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