17th June 2009
Personally, I would stop the window properly for the RFZ, because I have spent a lot of time in rooms with setups as you suggest, and ultimately it's such a hassle nobody ever bothers to move the treatments around - they just get used to the smeared sound and live with it. I do not believe in windows that trash the RFZ, unless there is absolutely no other way to see out. I think you could probably live with the truncated glass, although I haven't really seen the bigger picture, with the two rooms together. If you could post that, it would be helpful.