Thank you. This makes sense to me and is helpful. Best regards, Ted Killian On Oct 9, 2006, at 6:48 AM, Veda, Qua wrote: > A rectangular space, with non-multiple ratios of length/width/height, > and good speaker placement, can be a very good space and one that it > easy to treat with acoustical products. Non-rectangular shaped room > can be good, but much less predictable and more difficult to figure out > solutions for (at least mathematically). > > A cube shaped room is the worst possible shape. 8 x 10 x 12 is are > all divisible to 2, and partially by 4. > Ideally, use ratios like Golden Section, or Pi, to help you find > dimention > > Perhaps adding 'sound board' and extra sheet rock to one wall would be > enough to provide better dimensions. > > From the main listening position, you can have a friend hold up a > mirror > and move along the walls. Where ever you can see the speakers (either > one) in the mirror from your listening position you'll want to put some > acoustical treatment to avoid direct reflections.