Originally Posted by Glenn Kuras
35hz is not easy to tackle and the room being square makes it twice as hard. You can see the test I did in our test room that is 17 feet long and used 10 of the T40s. GIK or Realtraps?
Drop us a line and lets see if we can get you sitting in a spot that minimizes the peak.
Oh wow, that's a very interesting test you did there. I had noticed that I really hadn't seen many products out there that addressed very sub frequencies, other than your tuned traps.
It looks like one available option is to get a lot more of the 40Hz tuned traps and place them on the sides and back wall?
Or is this the point where I look into rolling my own massive trap on the back and side walls?
I suppose the symptom that I'm experiencing is less of an "unbalanced" frequency response, and more of a "I can tell there's low end, but it's very hard to pin down exactly what is going on". Seems like having such a long decay time that low could cause that. Does that follow your experience in your room test?