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The L will be the least effective in terms of deep bass - but it has the most surface area.

The chunk will reach the deepest assuming the same face dimensions as the straddling panels.

The straddling panels will do 90% of what the chunk will do down to say the 70's then the chunk pulls away.

From a DIY perspective assuming the same material, the chunk will cost 50% more than the straddling panel. The L will cost double what the straddling panel will.

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And that's why he does what he does for a living folks. Great post Bryan.
 

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Another one for Brian,

I have 12' ceilings and would like to minimize the "look" of a corner bass trap.

How much of a difference is going from a one 4' section to two or three?
 

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In bass treatment, more is always better. :bigsmile:

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Doing multiples is definitely beneficial. Not only are you getting additional surface area, but you're distributing it more evenly in the vertical dimension.

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Is it possible to see curves, before an after? It would be self-expressive.
 
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