I don’t recall @akro’s flip side of the room up front, but in my case the left front speaker has an open hallway stage right. I have managed to keep the soundstage balanced by placing an absorption panel at the point of first reflection, which just happens to be along a wall on the other side (into-the-room-side) of the hallway opening. The panel sits directly across from one on the opposite wall.
Thanks Paul and weedeewop, she will be missed.
Pete, sorry for your loss.
my ‘situation’ is not as bad as it looks in the picture I posted (entry to kitchen about 4 feet right of right speaker, left wall 15+ feet from left speaker). actually, my stage is a bit stronger on the right.
Oh my goodness Pete! I am so sad you lost such an important pal! It’s so hard when such things happen. I have been through it so many times myself, with many more times to come. I am glad people live longer. Yikes!
My old gal Fiona “listening” to Monk with me.
One eye open to make sure the vinyl and system are safe!!!
Given recent events, probably a good idea - they’d probably hear a careering car before you
Edgar helping with the room acoustics…
New addition to the furry family. Bonnie (fawn) and now Clyde, looking to get into trouble (away from the gear haha). Bonnie jamming with me (to follow the thread)
I don’t have pics with audio as it’s in dedicated room in basement. But we have a new furry friend in our family.
Adding a frenchy to our 3 Chi’s