Been a few years since I last posted here I think, but I've recently moved house into a new flat with my girlfriend and set up all my equipment in the spare room and have noticed that the low frequencies are very "boomy" for lack of a better word, perhaps some standing waves causing this, I don't know?
I suppose I've been lucky in previous properties up until now as I've never experienced this, despite being in rooms of a similar size. One thing to note is that there are more windows in this room than I've had in previous ones which I suppose could be a contributing factor.
The (nigh on impossible to solve) problem I'm faced with is trying to tame the low frequencies without moving stuff around too much (the mrs likes the layout), and no ugly acoustic treatments (this doesn't mean no acoustic treatments though, as long as they look half decent. I'm sure those of you in relationships know exactly what problems I'm faced with!
I shall post pictures for you in a bit and some more info on which frequencies are particularly problematic, but any suggestions would be much appreciated.
Thanks for your time.