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Boom?

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by Mike Dando, Jan 26, 2001.

  1. Mike Dando

    Mike Dando
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    I have my front speakers in the corners
    of my room. I have heard that speakers in corners create a booming effect. What is it that causes this?

    I have had to fiddle with my Amp's EQ settings to get mine to sound right.

    Mike.
     
  2. Radioactive__Man

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    Think of the geometrics of a speaker, it is cone shaped, so the corner of the room is mimicking the geometry of the cone [2 dimentionally at least !]if the bass is ported out of the rear of your speaker encloser this will make it very boomy.
     
  3. Mad Max

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    Sorry, I'm still confused... could you develop ?

    Thanks

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