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Old 20th August 2019
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Originally Posted by nms View Post
In this case our problem is the interference from the front wall, so we use broadband absorption to deal with it. And we place the speakers close to the wall in order to avoid creating more difficult problems in the range of frequencies where our porous absorption is least effective.
Then show me a photo (asked for the third time).

I showed you mine. I place an absorber behind the speakers (to absorb 200Hz-800Hz), not in between the speakers, although it extends to the area in the middle also due to some treatment of 150-250 Hz. The speakers are not too far from the wall, but still not as near as suggested (taking into account the windows to deal with).

Go ahead and finally show what you mean instead of constantly blurring everything and try to make the other look like an idiot.