living room minimalist. Tuesday , June 26th , 2018 - 17:51:08 PM
Now imagine that you have gone out for a romantic dinner. You've managed to get a table at that chic restaurant that's the latest in town and where everyone wants to be seen. Imagine your annoyance when instead of murmuring softly to your partner across the table, you are forced to raise your voice to be heard above the surrounding clatter. It's then that you notice the wooden floors and tables, the lack of curtains at the restaurant windows, the mirrors on the painted walls...
Firstly, if you have hard flooring in your living room this is generally bad news for sound! However by placing a large fluffy rug about half-way between the front speakers of your system, and your seating positions, you are providing an 'absorption mat' thus giving a cleaner quality to any sound that is projected downwards from your speakers. A subwoofer (bass speaker) should not be placed on a hard floor as it can cause booming which will overwhelm the subtlety of the bass notes, so if you have hard flooring then try positioning it on a piece of carpet.
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