Short answer:Coooooooooooool!!! I like the room. I bet Steve will like your towers in the rear:bigsmile:
Curious on your sub placement, does it sound better elevated like that?
This is a late response lol. I am sorry I missed your question before and thank you. I have not had much time to pay attention to detail. I will be sure to install the trim under the rear bass trap next to the door that is missing when I get back. There is to much viewing in the theater going on lately to get things good down to the fine details not to mention work being done elsewhere.:dizzy:Thats awesome! I loooove fullrange surrounds. Nice setup. What electronics do you have?
I turned my tiles so that the reflections from the front and center channel speakers were minimized. I may also end up doing this for the rear channels someday. The ceiling acts as a diffuser and absorber. In this situation, if they were not reflective they could not be as good at absorption. The tiles act like a membrane on a panel with a layer of air between them, then there are absorptive materials behind that. Tiles that are not PVC are not the only ones that are effective at absorption it is important to note. Some made from other materials use holes instead which is also effective.why PVC? wouldn't that make the ceiling reflective? or are those supposed to act as diffusers?
but I do like the "look" though ... if there's no con/negative in using a reflective surface for the ceiling, I like the modern approach.
why are the surrounds at the rear instead of the sides? room limitation?