I haven't done any measurements, but music definitely sounds better! Imaging seems to pull slightly to the left...I have a bare wall on the right (opposite the sofa) that needs a panel. I'm still working on panels (for that spot and behind the L-C-R speakers). Haven't had time to watch any movies yet.How much of a difference do they make? How you done any testing yet?
My thoughts exactly on the imaging....which is why I want a nice panel on the wall opposite the couch.Did you document the build by any chance? I am pretty curious to see how you built these as they look great.
Imaging might be pulling slightly left because of non-symmetry within the room. It seems that the couch on the left side of your set up could be acting as an absorber and cause this off-set imaging.
I bought two cases of the 703 a while back. I think I was planning on using one case to build two four foot corner traps and use the other case for some 2" panels. Somewhere along the line I decided to make the traps floor to ceiling.Is there any reason you did not use OC705 rather than using OC703?
Thanks. Actually I lke the contrast of the black corners. The paint on that wall is much darker in person (the camera flash makes it look several shades lighter than it is).Very nice, now you just need a black curtain across the rest of that wall to even out the look.
Yes they are 2 inches thick. I cut them with an electric knife (like you use at Thanksgiving to carve a turkey!). Someone out there has a video showing how he cut fiberglass panels with one of these so I went to Walmart and picked one up for $9.95. It works great and was well worth the ten bucks.The wedges look very cleanly cut..What did you use to cut them with.?.
I assume that the're each 2" thick..