Hi, I am starting to look at doing some room treatment to hopefully get my bass control a little bit under control and improve some reflections. I am currently in the process of making some absorbers for the first reflection points so all that remains is to get a bit of a strategy regarding the bass. as a living room its a bit of a compromise bit maybe a few of you more knowledgable guys can offer a bit of advice.
Left Speaker: I can either do a Soffit column or a SuperChunk triangle, if I go square the sides would be 300mm x 300mm absolute max. speaker position makes more that this tight. I can do a triangle 620 x 620 max. can however only do a height of just above the speaker ca 1300 max.
Right Speaker: here it is a bit more difficult, there is a window recess in the corner, I never use it however and the curtain in front of it is always closed. I can go full height of the recess here. I could either do a flat panel and fill the complete recess which would be 570 w X 234 h X 220 thick or a bit thinner with a 5 cm or so air gap behind it, or a triangle 570 w X 220 so not equilateral.
I have one more position in a corner behind the MLP where I could either do a square column or triangle, I can either do from top of record storage to ceiling or full height as the record storage is two shelf units pushed into the corner so has a gap in the corner behind it. if I went square I could do about 270 x 270 and triangle again about 270 x 270
any comments or advice would be great other ideas are always welcome