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#1646955 - 03/06/04 11:56 AM apex ceiling
cany Offline
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Registered: 03/05/04
Posts: 13
Loc: england
Hi Ethan
thanks for your reply to my previous post.
I do have a couple more questions.My room is 19x14 the waals rise vertically 3 feet then slant in to form an apex the apex part of the room from the side looks like a trapezoid.Iwant to use your plans for better traps.Should I use mid high absorbers only on the apex part of the room an low and mid bass traps at the bottom of the room or use the alternating pattern all over the room?

Cheers Iain

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#1646956 - 03/06/04 12:03 PM Re: apex ceiling
Ethan Winer Moderator Offline
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Loc: New Milford, CT, USA
Ian,

> Should I use mid high absorbers only on the apex part <

The general goal of alternating bass traps and mid/high panels still applies. You could mount the panel traps sideways and place them near the bottoms of the 3 foot walls, and also near the top where the angled walls meet. That puts the bass traps closest to the room corners where they do the most good. Then use some mid/high absorbers on the main portion of the angled walls.

--Ethan

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#1646957 - 03/06/04 12:39 PM Re: apex ceiling
cany Offline
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Registered: 03/05/04
Posts: 13
Loc: england
Thankyou Ethan.

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