Thanks Glenn. I should have also said that the 242s are for first and second reflection points. Is that kind of gap still okay? I have a couple more questions. I have just purchased a soffit trap that is fitted with the range limiter, but I don't see that option for the soffit trap on your website. I got mine from the GIK ebay. I have a very small room. 10x10x8. Im guessing that i'm going to be okay with the range limiter in one of the back wall to wall corners, and I won't be getting interfering reflections?
I do also have another 2 full range soffits, and a full range monster. I did use to have one of each soffit's in each wall to wall corners at the back of the room, but one of them had to be moved each time I went in and out of the room because of the door. As I understand it, symmetry at the back of the room is not as important as the front. I was thinking of putting the soffit with the range limiter in the corner where I won't have to move it, and putting the 2 full range soffit's side by side to make a Monster Monster for the middle at the back.
Does that sound like a reasonable idea?
I already have Tri traps floor to ceiling at the front corners, and I'm about to put 6 244s on the ceiling to make a 6x8 area in the middle of the room. 3 244s at the front for the mixing area, and the other 3 for the recording area. I will also place some panels in the wall to ceiling areas. So far I have .........
6x Tri traps,
4x 242s on boom stands for reflection points/
3x soffit traps with one of them having the range limiter, and two Monsters. One of the Monsters has the range limiter and I was going to place that in the middle at the back, where the wall meets the ceiling.
I also have 8x versifusers, but I'm not sure if I will actually use them or not.
Here's a few pics to help.
Here you can see the soffits in the corners which I am thinking of bringing into the middle side by side, and replacing one of them with the range limiter soffit.