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    Quote Originally Posted by Jac Hawk View Post
    it's a basement so there are no windows and unfortunately i cant get a sofa in there due to the access, i've had to go for a Ikea poang chair which is comfortable but wont do much to soak up any reflected sound
    Plenty of "flat pack" sofas available!

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    TBH Geoff I like the Poang Chairs


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jac Hawk View Post
    TBH Geoff I like the Poang Chairs
    Fine, but I have had those and they won't help much with room acoustics. Some bookcases and plenty of books might help though.

    Geoff

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    Hint: a gallery is somewhere to display pictures... Get yer camera oot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Could be. What is the height and what are your speakers?

    It's always best when the tree dimensions are dissimilar. In your case two are identical (12'), so you will need to do something to make the left/right (from the listener's point of view) acoustic different from the fore/aft acoustic. Ideally, if given the choice, speakers should ocupy the 'live' end of the room, with the listener (sat on his nice comfy sofa), at the 'dead' (or deader) end of the room. Put your record storage racks at the listening end, or hang up some heavy curtains there.
    Oh, hold on a minute, I missed the part when it was mentioned that three was a tree in there. What size and where is it in relation to the speakers?

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    there is a photo yer big loon


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    Not showing for me there isn't... Which post?

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    the very 1st one


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    Not showing for me, mate. All I can see is this text:

    Quote Originally Posted by Jac Hawk
    I have recently moved in to Chorley and my new house has a basement it's been tanked, decorated and all spiders and other undesirables shown the door, it would be rude not to use this space as my new hifi room wouldn't it?
    ...with no pics!

    Which image hosting site did you use?

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    dropbox


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