I have to say that I'm very new to acoustics and all its world. All I know atm is from video tutorials and reading articles of RealTraps.
The issue is that I have a table which has an irregular shape and I wonder if it could give some problem or problems about acoustic reflections.
The table (its back side) is situated touching the wall.
Plane of the table: ImageShack® - Online Photo and Video Hosting Possible problem 1:
The table, at the back, has a sort of hole in one half. I was wondering if it could create some kind of acoustic problem or unbalance between L and R.
My monitors are KRK RP5 which have the "Bass Reflex" at the front side. Possible problem 2:
On the front, has this irregular form which you can see at the image. The monitors are placed on the table about 20 cm. high on this (approximately). Will I get some imbalance between L and R, to have this irregular shape, or any other kind of problem?
I know you will say that the best solution is to buy a new table to avoid problems. I completely agree with you but at the moment this can not be and the room / table / furniture have to be what they are.
I hope you can help me! Thank you!
PD: Sorry about my poor english.