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Thanks for the replies.Could you tell me where you got those treatment panels from as they look great? Nice system.I did also try opening the curtain and it made things worse unfortunately.
GIK do free on-line consultations, obviously with a view to selling stuff but their advice is genuine. I used this service and was very happy with their advice.
Firstly I agree with TJHUB in trying the bass traps in the corners behind the speakers. They do seem more effective there then behind the listener. If you need more, the front ceiling/wall corner is another good location.Contrary to what TJHUB says, I think you get more reflections off the window (even with the curtain) then you do the wall. The evidence is that you hear more sounds outside the left speaker. For this reason I suggest you hang a glass covered picture or mirror temporarily at the first reflection point on the right side to see if it evens up the image and gives you those outside reflections too.My understanding is that if you regularly hear sounds outside of the speakers it is due to side wall reflections (there are odd songs where phase issues can do the same - Waterloo Sunset by the Kinks is one). Some people (like me!) like these sidewall reflections and so don't have absorbent panels there. You could possibly use portable diffusors in these positions.It is important to have speakers the same distance from your ears, as exact as you can get them. Centimetres matter here.GIK do free on-line consultations, obviously with a view to selling stuff but their advice is genuine. I used this service and was very happy with their advice.
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