impromptu room treatments

Discussion in 'Listening Spaces' started by K_50, Mar 9, 2017.

  1. K_50

    K_50 Active Member

    Copenhagen, Denmark
    At the present I'm living in a basement with tile floors, and I'm using my bedspread to tame some of those frequencies that would otherwise be flying all over the place.
    It works quite well, so I'm curious as to what ghetto-methods some of you others might be using...
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  2. JoeESP9

    JoeESP9 ESL's & tubes since 83

    Philadelphia PA
    Before I moved to covered Owens Corning panels I had a couple of rugs I hung on the walls.
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  3. sKiZo

    sKiZo Hates received: 8641 Subscriber

    You can always tack carpets to the ceiling ...


    Those are memory foam and do a right nice job of deadening hard reflections. Also fun to point to when people stop over ... "don't forget to wipe your feet!" ...

    Also, if you don't have any damp or mildew issues to deal with, I highly recommend fiberglass drapes like I used on the back wall here. Those are "room darkening" so they're thick material with a foam backing and make real decent traps. I had a killer standing wave at around 160hz that's now well controlled with those.
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  4. Snoober

    Snoober Dysthymic

    :lurk: cool thread

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