Mods - feel free to move if this thread is sited wrongly. I figured speakers...room acoustics. Peas and carrots. Anyho... My question is - is it a good idea to liberally stick acoustic foam panels onto doors, windows, walls etc. Presumably the more of this stuff you have, the more you are increasing the direct-to-reflected sound ratio in the former's favour? A room smothered in this stuff would be kindof similar to an anechoic chamber? Any input appreciated.