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If the acoustics in the room are poor, there will be many sound reflections. It not only impairs the sound experience, but also overtaxes the brain. With our sound absorbers, the sound will be nicer and the room will look nicer.
1. The sides Start by setting up absorbers on the long sides of the room to eliminate direct reflections from the main speakers. For this you need a mirror and help from another person. Ask the person to move with the mirror in their hands (at ear level based on your sitting position) – from one front speaker back towards the listening position. When you see the speaker in the mirror, you know where the reflection hits the wall. Set up the absorbent there. Then repeat the same procedure on the other side.
2. Behind Another absorbent is needed behind the listening position. In this way, the disturbing reflex from the main speakers is attenuated and the rear speakers are allowed to work undisturbed.
3. Front Finally, you look over the area behind the main speakers and the center speaker. To avoid an unwanted spread of bass and low midrange, one or more absorbers are needed on the wall behind the main speakers.
About 30% of the walls of the listening room should be dampened with sound absorbers. By mounting the sound absorbers with the included mounting hooks, you create an optimal air gap between the absorber and the wall. Remember to set them up at ear level (based on your sitting position in the room).