- Oct 10, 2020
- Sweden - Слава Україні
Aha, those were your speakers. Now we can talk about speakers. This is what it should look like! Congratulations, well done! By the way, one of the coolest DIYs I've seenI do recognize that setup
There's more than meets the eye though, let's see a view from above:
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Behind the curtain is a huge damping panel. The other side has the same, a curtain with a damping panel behind it.
I'm way too close to the back wall, so there's a damping panel on that wall as well.
(hidden in plain sight disguised as a Led Zeppelin poster)
If you've got to deal with the room you have, so better make sure whatever speaker concept you pick can actually "work with" the room!
The room has been renovated recently and subs were added quite a while ago. All of it DIY, that's part of the fun for me.
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The arrays do have filters in them making them act as a frequency shaded array, meaning only the center (ear height) drivers play full range.
If we look at how that translates to a 'Harman like' graph it doesn't look too bad:
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Enough off topic though...
The point is: choose the speaker that works with the room...
They were by pure chance they became the ones I took as an example.
I am aware that line speakers do not fit in all types of rooms, acoustically but also aesthetically. One can, however, consider whether such a solution could be something to have.