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Old 15th January 2019, 11:48 AM   #11
Veeren is offline Veeren  Portugal
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Yes scottjoplin it is near the backwall.


No bicicletta, not open baffle the idea was to use the 2 front corner walls as part of a closed box of about 80 litres so I would only need the front baffle and the top to make a cabinet.


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Old 15th January 2019, 12:34 PM   #12
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Yes scottjoplin it is near the backwall.
Where the sound wave isn't moving, i.e. near a wall, pressure can build up, this is probably what you are feeling, try moving your listening position away from the wall.
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Old 15th January 2019, 12:45 PM   #13
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From my experience, the unfortunate circumstance is that there's not much place to move in a small room, i.e. listening position can be "stuck" near a wall and one have to live with it. Now, some speakars can sound better in such occasions, some worse. Now I am using an OB (but they too need a fair distance from the wall). I have another set od Diy Omni speakes which proved to sound good in such small rooms....
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Old 16th January 2019, 12:04 PM   #14
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It is good that those 80l are sealed, so, IMO, it is more convenient to build a 6-wall box.
I like the Vix's solution.
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