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Desk and monitor placement in room with window and closet
Old 6th September 2020
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Desk and monitor placement in room with window and closet

Seeking help from you amazing people for this mix room I’m in the process of setting up.

The only room it works in this house has a window that 35” wide and a closet that’s 47” wide.

I’m not sure exactly how to approach positioning the desk and monitors. Please chime in with all advice for positions and treatment options. I’ve attached a diagram to this image.

Window is at the top. Entry door and closet are at the bottom.
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Old 8th September 2020
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Originally Posted by cfen View Post
Seeking help from you amazing people for this mix room I’m in the process of setting up.

The only room it works in this house has a window that 35” wide and a closet that’s 47” wide.

I’m not sure exactly how to approach positioning the desk and monitors. Please chime in with all advice for positions and treatment options. I’ve attached a diagram to this image.

Window is at the top. Entry door and closet are at the bottom.
If possible you can stuff the closet with fluffy fiberglass to make a nice deep bass trap.


Boggy on speaker location

Speaker placement methods


How to find the listen position

Finding the sweet spot in the room



Here's a bunch of general info

Acoustics/Treatment Reference Guide - LOOK HERE!
Old 8th September 2020 | Show parent
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Kyle P. Gushue View Post
If possible you can stuff the closet with fluffy fiberglass to make a nice deep bass trap.


Boggy on speaker location

Speaker placement methods


How to find the listen position

Finding the sweet spot in the room



Here's a bunch of general info

Acoustics/Treatment Reference Guide - LOOK HERE!
Thank you.

Yeah right now it has a bunch of books, random boxes from audio equipment purchased, etc..
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