"When I moved into a new place, there was a basement room available for me to make a man cave media room. However, the acoustics sounded like you really WERE in a cave! The first thing I did was suspend 2'x2'x4" bass traps (covered in Castielle suede) from the ceiling in the upper trihedral corners. The back of the traps are only partially covered, so they can absorb sound reflected from the corners as well as sound coming from the front."
Hi there, I just wanted to say that after installing the the BT-4000C Suede Bass Traps and a BT –6000C Suede Bass Trap I was truly stunned at the improvement in my home theater! I have a big, problematic, open space multi purpose room and have been fighting a bass boom problem for about year now. . .
"Just recently, I decided to complete a long time dream of building a real home theater. I spent hours designing and analyzing the space for line of sight distance reflections and aesthetics with a blank slate. I spent time online and in local theater stores looking at sound treatments and bass traps. Most of what I’ve found was online retailers who create ‘cookie cutter’ solutions and tried to show me why their solution was the best out of the box for home theater acoustics. Then I stumbled upon Acoustimac through Google and decided to call to see why their prices were so low, and what the difference was. . .
"When I first thought about getting acoustic panels, I knew I needed to kill the echo in my 30x15 Home theater/Media room. I also knew I needed to have something that was safe. At the time no company was offering a Eco option. I searched around on the Internet and found many many great companies but all were very expensive.