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Large Bass, Small Treble [message #93354] Mon, 22 March 2021 22:04 Go to next message
Azuri is currently offline  Azuri
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Over the years, I've noticed that in a large room with little to no furnishings, I need to turn the bass up to get a good sound. Smaller rooms with a lot of furnishings need the bass turned lower for more treble. Have you guys noticed this too?
Re: Large Bass, Small Treble [message #93975 is a reply to message #93354] Fri, 02 July 2021 19:55 Go to previous messageGo to next message
panduro is currently offline  panduro
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Very late reply but why not lol.

Yes rooms with alot of soft surface, drapes, cloth sofas, rugs n so on, is high frequency dampers, so they reduce high frequency boundary reflections which results in Less persieved treble from your speaker...

Small rooms can have more room gain than bigger rooms.

Rugs drapes and furnature does not dampen bass frequencys.

That combination Can make a room Sound a bit dead and lackingin high frequencys..


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Re: Large Bass, Small Treble [message #95089 is a reply to message #93354] Tue, 18 January 2022 07:53 Go to previous message
Azuri is currently offline  Azuri
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You can also notice a difference in a bar or dance hall. When there's a lot of people in a room the bass effect is more pronounced. The people serve as a damping effect.
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