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Old 20th October 2019
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I flush mounted my Yamaha NS500m’s and partially flush mounted my Event 20/20bas into a soft front wall. Initial testing showed the direct sound frequency response on both sets flattened out from about 100hz up. The catch is and what could account for it, the front wall had a 16 1/2” cavity I turned into a 20” broadband absorber. I’m sure it’s a combination of both but even decay times evened out more and are in the 250ms range. The cloud will go up next. It will be at least 10” thick maybe 12” if I splurge for the extra OC703. It’s not perfect, it’s a small room so it’s never gonna be perfect, but it got better, not worse.
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