Theater acoustics case study
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Consistent bass can be extremely tough to achieve, particularly under Hz. Using boundary element modeling, we model your room to determine the best locations for listeners, speakers, and subwoofers. Instead of scientifically establishing how speaker and seat placement influences bass reproduction quality, most audio enthusiasts put their seats and speakers either where they fit or where they look best. Not only does this approach lack rigor and methodology, it typically results in mediocre performance:. Just so smooth and at the same time extremely aggressive when called for. All annoying rattles and vibrations in the room are gone too! This audio region is one of the most challenging areas to get right.
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This article is a case study of how low frequency modeling tools can be used to ensure consistent, relatively flat seat-to-seat bass response in a home theater. This particular case study focuses on the Acoustic Frontiers demo room and shows how we determined the optimal number and placement of multiple subwoofers using these tools. The room has three seats because that is the maximum number of home theater recliners that would fit in the room whilst maintaining great audio quality in all three seats. See our home theater seating layout blog article for our approach to design.