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Thread speaker and room acoustics

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unsaint32

unsaint32

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1 Posted on 05/30/2006 at 14:21:47
I was studying about recording room acoustics. Can anyone help me with the following questions?

1) I read that I can reposition my speakers, while playing a commerical music, to find a speaker position with
the most smooth response. Does it mean "smooth frequency response?" What do I actually try to hear while I
reposition the speakers to find this "smooth response?"


2) I read "mounting the speakers on solid stands makes quite a difference, and hi-fi stands that you can fill
with dry sand also work well." Do I have to actually physically “mount” the monitor on a stand, like with
screws?


3) And does anyone know how to make the stand or who sell them?


thanks in advance
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thesparrowband

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2 Posted on 06/03/2006 at 12:26:03
make sure you have a great room for this, because all that work on speaker placement can totally be wasted on an echo-y room, one that gets alot of noise bleed from outside, and/or one that you dont like working in. i just work through headphones.

i would opt for on the wall placement over a stand. the mouting probably helps with low end fq and shaking
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