Selah Valentine. living room minimalist. June 27th , 2018.
In your local cinema where surround sound is usually pretty impressive you may have noticed the walls are heavily curtained. If they aren't they will instead be covered in a specialist non-flat acoustic finish. This would be too expensive for most of us to consider for our living rooms, but by having good quality lined curtains at the windows which you close when using the surround sound, this will considerably reduce echo. Of course most of us wouldn't want to hang curtains against the walls too, like at the cinema, but for large wall areas placing furniture such as a large bookcase will help diffuse and break up the sound. Alternately, hanging a large tapestry or canvas, particularly on the rear wall can considerably reduce sound reverberation and other distracting, resonating noise. Very attractive upholstered panels can also be made and hung to provide your own decorative touch to what is essentially a damper for sound.
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