Cellar Acoustics – Confused


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I’m just in the processor of converting our cellar into a cinema room. With its stone walls, flag stone flooring and a low ceiling I was expecting the acoustics to be dreadful but after some initial (very basic) testing, it sounds ok, no echo’s etc

I was wondering if the variations in the surface of the stone (as much as 4 cm) were acting as a natural diffuser and hence calming things down a bit. Any opinions would be greatly received!

Many thanks


Novice Member
uneven stone walls are good as they do help to break up the reflection paths.

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