Building a room


#1

I love Infinity speakers, had nearly everything from Infinity reference studio monitor, kappa 9 to the IRS series.

I was so inspired by your building a room videos on youtube that i decided to make a go of it… Biggest problem at the moment is room acoustics, but i´m working on it :slight_smile:Beta-room.jpg


#2

Nice bro

Unfortunately, inspiration is not enough. Must be measured. Have fun and I’m looking forward to seeing you resolved

https://www.roomeqwizard.com/

https://www.acousticfields.com/


#3

Thanks for tip…

I have already been to a few top end hifi shops here in Sweden, as usual they know nothing, they just sell products… which is a shame…

So, like you suggested, i´ve found a guy who will come round and measure my room, and then we´ll see what he has to say. Believe it or not my room started out at 9 x 4m, now it´s 5 x 4m, reason for that is, the bigger the room the more i loose control of the Beta bass, i want the bass to be tight and punchy, noooo boooming bass, and also because my wall are made of concrete it makes matters worse.

Another classic mistake with IRS Beta and the IRS V which many people do, is pushing the panels up against the wall!! Paul got it right in his “Building a room” youtube chanel, the wing towers were out ca a third of the way, that is what gives you the depth in soundstage, the bigger the room the harder it is to control. I have spent hours and hours with just my Beta midrange/tweeter panels, and best result was ca a 3rd of the rooms length away from the wall.

Well i really can´t wait for the guy to come round and measure my room :slight_smile:


#4

Hej igen

Det lyder godt, jeg skriver dansk da du åbenbart er svensk. Har du spørgsmål osv så pm mig så du kan få kontagt på Facebook. Men hvis du tuber det program osv så er det nemt at lære, prøv at installere det og så prøv bare at bruge højtale simulatoren til placering af højtalere. Det kræver ingen mikrofon. Når du køre den højtaler simulation udarbejder programmet selv en frekvenskurve for dit rum. Det er virkelig en god hjælp, fordi du kan se ca. hvor i området du har problemer. Hvis du har en Pc med Win så har den faktisk indbygget DSP altså rumkorrektion, det kræver naturligvis en mikrofon. Jeg bruge også den her til min pc… https://sourceforge.net/projects/equalizerapo/

God vind -