Glenn and Others,
I have my old ML SL3s in a new room. The room is very rectangular with tons of space behind the seating position. My plan is to put corner bass traps on the front corners, absorbers on the side walls at the first and second reflection points, and four 4" 705 absorbers on the ceiling.
I'm not sure what to do on the front and back walls. The front wall is basically one giant glass french door - so no mounting. I know that electrostatic are a bit different. I'm thinking of one stand mounted 4" absorber in the center, because my past experience shows that this works well with MLs.
But I'm also thinking of building stands to mount Gotham diffusors behind the panels and to the walls immediately to the side of the speakers.
Any tips particular to MLs and stats?
Also, is there any issue with mounting Gotham's next to each other? I recall there is an issue with some diffusors, I forget the reason, something about not wanting repeating patterns.
Also, also, for the stand mounted absorber in the front/center, I'll need it to look good on both sides. I was thinking of getting two of your DIY frames and putting one 2" piece of 705 in each and covering them. Then velcroing the two together, leaving a four inch air gap in the center. Any issues with that? Am I better off just using 8" of 705?