For me the room treatment strategies, overall, don't change THAT much from one kind of speaker to another. Every speaker design has its foibles and we certainly want to adapt to them, but acoustics is more about what happens to the sound once it's in the the room than the technology involved in generating the sound.
The dispersion characteristics of the speakers are important, and any speaker sending sound out the rear of the speaker should be dealt with in some way (meaning treating the front wall behind the speaker). Also, remember bass behaves differently in the room than treble, treble tends to be beamy and directional whereas bass tends to move in an omnidirectional way.
But even so, treating the side reflection points will still help. If you're not sure about this, then play some music in your system and stand against the wall at one of the reflection points. All the sound you are hearing is what will be absorbed and therefore not aimed back at your ears.
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