I want to discuss generally the use of Soffit Bass Traps in a smallish room (my room is [l x w x h] 14' x 13' x 8' [420cm x 386cm x 240cm]).
In theory anyway, if it's practical, should Soffit Traps be employed in all corners, namely floor-wall, ceiling wall, wall-wall. In other words for a room with my dimensions it would employ about 26 Soffit Traps (I currently have 13).
Can you ever have too many? Would this be overdamping?
Even with 13 traps (plus a six 242/244 panels) and careful placement of speakers etc. the bass is not very flat and there are suckouts. I resort to using a digital equaliser to help deal with this.
Generally I would like to reproduce a sound that is a headphone type experience - relatively dry but extremely accurate - that is my taste.
Like I say, I would prefer a general discussion as I can contact GIK direct to discuss my specific requirements. I just mentioned my situation to give an idea of where I'm coming from.