Room Treatment Can Give You Fantastic Sound QualityMay 3, 2015
For individuals who want a better sonic experience than what the earbuds included with their phones can offer, home speaker setups provide a fantastic option, giving you control over the power and definition of your music, letting you experience its full range in the comfort of your home.
However, transitioning to open-space listening means you increase the space between you and your music, as well as adding obstacles and containment to the mix – "room acoustics" as it is generally called. Tiny, square spaces muddy music, as the room causes sound waves to bounce and reflect, making it unclear and less enjoyable. Luckily, there are a few things anyone can do to improve sound quality in their listening space.
The first trick is positioning. Try to avoid aiming speakers into corners or right against close walls, as it will lead to more - and more powerful - reflections.
Bass traps are useful in almost every space as well, since low-frequency sound energy is one of the biggest issues in small spaces. These are able to be made from fluffy insulation or foam, and go in as many corners of your room as you can fit.
Yet another method is addressing first reflection points, which is where sound waves bounce off walls after leaving the speakers. These make sound hit your ears at different points in time, creating a fluttering, echo effect. Foam and insulation products, again, can make a helpful difference. Carpeting on the floor will provide assistance here as well.
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She earned her Masters in Applied Social Research at Ateneo de Davao University. She's a hard-core pluralist, an eternal optimist, a 40ish realist and a frustrated florist. She’s a mother, a teacher, a dreamer and who knows one day a potter.
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