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the final touch.

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by krusty, Apr 16, 2005.

  1. krusty

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    im at a stage now where i have all the kit i need, thing is my viewing room i think is giving me accoustic problems. i have quite a large front room and my walls are painted and the floor is carpeted. if i paper the walls will this improve any room boom, or harshness. my yammy a2 has tons of complcated settings that are lost on me.
     
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    HAA calibration will identify whether the room is causing problems and identify the fix. Papering the walls will have no substantial effect.
     
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    ^^what he said, dont forget to check out the powerbuys im offering if you do need anything, we are VERY flexible!
     
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    Set up your speakers and try them. Then decide if the room has any unwanted echo (slap echo - clap your hands and see if it echoes). If it does, then the walls may need treating. There are a few threads here which mention various ways odf tackleing the problem so try the search.

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