Ok, I'm a little leary of posting pics of this sort of thing but with all the recent posts regarding listening rooms and such I'm inclined to see what other people have to say about mine. Guess I'm looking for recommendations on what could be done to improve things based on peoples experiences, mainly on the room size.
This room is a 13'x13' square, almost. The audio is set up on the 4-5" longer wall but that's the only difference. As you can see my listening chair and end table are the only pieces of furniture, for a reason. What to sit on and a place to put my remotes, coffee, etc... The angled corner where the CD rack sits is a concern as is the space off to the right of where I sit. That little room, with the window, attached to this room is a closet, sort of speak, where my son practices his guitar.
What do you guys/gals think? Any recommendations besides some acoustic stuff on the walls? I thought of purchasing some acoustic foam and placing it directly behind my listening chair but that's pretty much all I thought of so far. The SDA's are 2' 3" away from the outside walls and 18" from each side of the audio table. This seemed like a good comprise with the space I have.
I would have liked a room twice this size but it is what it is.
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