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Old 20th November 2009
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Yes, and also let me reiterate that with such a small room you will need all the trapping you can get. With the length at 14 ft, the mode response is not too bad, but with a length of 12 ft. you have several double incidences and at least one triple that will cause you problems in the low end. So, trap the heck out of it, but try not to make it anechoic. BTW, simply having an airspace behind absorbent lowers it's effective bandwidth and, of course, improves it's LF absorption. - For broadband absorbers... the bigger they are - the lower they go. If you need absorption lower than 100 Hz, I suggest you make some resonant type traps.

Like Jeff said: "just keep ears open"