I live in a 2 bedroom flat and I am going to be swapping my bedroom space for my larger
living room space. My current bedroom space is overcrowded and living area very open so
ideal swap. Anyway, I have been posting here
about new equipment and was advised to
acoustically treat my room first, which is why i'm here.
I have been reading
various websites, forums, and magazines about creating DIY acoustic panels. If you look at
my post link above you will see what panels I have decided to build (unless anyone thinks
i should do otherwise)..
The room I need to treat is not square it has 2
alcoves a cylinder cupboard, large windows, a solid door and a balcony door 85% glass (all
glass double glazed). I've tried to work out where im going to place my panels at the
mirror points but will windows, doors and/or uneven wall distances affect the acoustics
negatively? Maybe this helps having an uneven room rather than a perfect square but im not
Picture of room and my estimated acoustic layout, is this
Any help is appreciated, thanks!