randyhat Posted August 12, 2022 Share Posted August 12, 2022 Room is approx. 13x17. Speakers are on the short wall. The room is not enclosed; it opens to other areas on two sides. The room has been carpeted and I liked the sound absorbing qualities of the carpet and am now considering room treatments that will counter the reflective characteristics of the hardwood. We do plan to get a large area rug that will hopefully soften the texture of the room somewhat. We also plan to add some partial window treatments that will mitigate the hardness and reflections of a large picture window. Hoping to regain some of damping qualities of the carpet. Any tips or advice? This is the first time my listening room has not been carpeted so I don't have any comparisons. Are there sonic benefits to wood floors that I am overlooking? BTW, the furniture is leather. No overstuffed sofas or chairs to soak up echos and reflections. Thanks for your input. Randy 3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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