Recently in Room Acoustics Category

My New House Saga Ends

Paul Wilson finally gets all moved into his new home... Read more
 
Paul Wilson continues his trials and tribulations in moving his home and audio system... Read more
 
Paul Wilson looks at the problems related to moving and how an audio system fits into the mix... Read more
 
Paul Wilson thinks about the merits of DSP vs acoustical panels... Read more
 
Roger Skoff writes about making big improvements for little money - this week he goes mono... Read more
 
Steven Stone explains how he would allocate money for a system... Read more
 

Good and Bad Tweaks Part 2

Steven Stone reveals how he cleaned up his AC line noise issues... Read more
 
Dennis Foley explains why certain common beliefs about room acoustics are dead wrong. Read more
 
Dennis Foley explains the biggest issue in room acoustics: standing waves. Read more
 
Steven Stone explains the importance of creating a nice, quiet listening space Read more
 
Dennis Foley explains how to figure out what size of system will work for your room ... and what size room will work for your system. Read more
 
Dennis Foley discusses the idea of ideal room dimensions -- and how important speakers are in the equation. Read more
 

Why Dennis Was Right

Paul Wilson tries acoustician Dennis Foley's suggestions -- and is surprised at what he hears Read more
 
Dennis Foley explains how sound waves can interact with room dimensions to degrade your system's sound. Read more
 
Dennis Foley details the 6 things no audiophile should ever do in their listening room, ever. Read more
 
Brent Butterworth explains the critical fact that many audio enthusiasts don't realize about bass. Read more
 
Our two-channel systems can create magic in our homes. They can generate a soundstage that has width, height and even depth. They can also show a separation and layering to all the sounds in a mix and connect with our emotions like nothing else in this world can. To achieve this beautiful bend in both time and space, many things must be known about your room. Your sound is your gear, you and your room. The three of you are married to each other. As in all relationships, there are things that are flexible and those that are not. So the following are six must-follow rules in setting up your hi-fi system if you want that marriage to work the best it can. 1. Room Size And Volume Finding the... Read more
 
Paul Wilson looks at the issue of self-generated noise pollution... Read more
 

IsoAcoustics Speaker Stands

Steven Stone looks at a desktop speaker set-up solution Read more
 

A Room to Listen In

Roger Skoff has some thoughts on how listening rooms and audio systems interact. Read more
 
Roger Skoff has some thoughts on spending money Read more
 
Steven Stone looks at one of the most interesting demos at 2014 AXPONA audio show... Read more
 
Steven Stone's trip to Axpona was rescued from unpleasantness by earplugs... Read more
 
Why Steven Stone won't be hearing Nickel Creek live this summer... Read more
 
Paul Wilson looks at basements and what they are used for... Read more
 
Steven Stone looks at Amarra Symphony's newest capability which expands it's features into signal and room corrections... Read more
 
Steven Stone looks at Synergistic Research's 2013 RMAF Demo... Read more
 

Pool Ball Visualizations

What do Billiards and Audio have in common? Read more
 

Take it to the House

Steven Stone goes to a house concert and likes what he hears... Read more
 

The LIAR Test

How real does your stereo system sound? Take the LIAR test... Read more
 
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