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Old 27th October 2008 , 02:02 PM
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Sorry missed this first time around. Hard to tell from this angle. Looks about right though the top mirror points are probably a bit higher than the crosses. Rather than just use foam for the mirror points consider bonding the foam to the front of a slab of rockwool (a spray contact adhesive will work fine for this).
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Old 27th October 2008 , 02:11 PM
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Late reply but yeah i shall post some pics when its done, got some stuff on "order" (great having an old man whos a builder), im terrible with wood work so im gonna get my uncle to help me knock up the traps when i have enough materials to do so, gonna also get some foam for the mirroring positions.

Theres a pic here (not the best but hey) of my room and the green Xs (only one cuz you cant see the other corner is where im planning bass traps, red Xs are for foam to stop mirroring effects. Frank or Trev, you reckon this is the best bet?
That looks pretty good, but what I can't see is the back wall and what the ceiling does when it reaches the peak. You'll need to address both of those places too. I also agree with Trev that that reflection point over on the left may be a little problematic...you'll got a rack right where it looks like the reflection point will be.

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Old 21st February 2009 , 02:21 PM
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Just realised I had a pic from when I DIY'd a superchunk in my edit room:

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any excuse to show off that damn sexy bass...

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Just realised I had a pic from when I DIY'd a superchunk in my edit room:

That filled to its entirely with rockwool or void behind?
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Old 18th July 2009 , 12:17 PM
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if you look carefully you'll see that it's made up of sheets of rockwool lying horizontallly and cut to shape. There's about 1-2 inch airgap at the back but that's all. The trap is about 2 feet deep at it's widest point.

I used the same approach in this thread: Treating a domestic sized room
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if you look carefully you'll see that it's made up of sheets of rockwool lying horizontallly and cut to shape. There's about 1-2 inch airgap at the back but that's all. The trap is about 2 feet deep at it's widest point.

I used the same approach in this thread:
I think you forgot the link there, Trev!
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no. You were just too fast. I'd gone off to find it!
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no. You were just too fast. I'd gone off to find it!
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Thanks sir, I think it will be best for new home and made my home beautiful as i want.
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