The Truth Hurts - REW and my room...

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Re: The Truth Hurts - REW and my room...

Post by The Scum » Thu Apr 08, 2021 10:49 am

An easy test to see what might be ringing:

Clap your hands loudly (or, since you're into percussion, maybe you have a slapstick), and listen to what responds. Then remove or dampen what you can.

I discovered that the sections of the HVAC diffuser ring like a bell - I need some dynamat or something to dampen it.
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Re: The Truth Hurts - REW and my room...

Post by digitaldrummer » Thu Apr 08, 2021 12:07 pm

I'm not really hearing any ringing. it's more what shows in the measurements, which makes me think it is more in my setup. Specifically I think the monitors on top of the sidecar racks are suspicious. I wonder if anything like a Mopad would help? I originally did not have the bricks on top, but adding those seemed to tighten up the low-end, which is another reason I think I may be in the ballpark... And of course there are plenty of knock-offs of Mopad-like supports, as well as different designs for even more $$. the prices are all over. ATS Acoustics has some Mopad-like iso-pads for $6 pair.

anyone using iso-pads and what is your experience?
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