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Sliderule1768
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Speaker Sonic Change Due to Room Placement
Nov 6th, 2018 at 9:04am
 
Hi All,
  I have a set of homebuilt electrostatics that I observed a room placement issue that I wonder if some others in Slog may have observed.  When I was refurbishing my panels I had the speakers midway front to back in a 24' square garage. It was extremely obvious when I reversed signal polarity in the preamp.  I have since placed the speakers a few feet from the back wall in my great room.  I can no longer detect a sonic change when I reverse the signal polarity. 

Questions:
1.  Have others observed this change?

2.  Any thoughts on what is causing it.  The speakers are only about 3-4 feet from the back wall.

cheers         -david white

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Re: Speaker Sonic Change Due to Room Placement
Reply #1 - Dec 5th, 2018 at 10:22am
 
Curious - I have no explanation.

Placement of any speaker in the middle of a room, however, is not ideal in terms of bass response as you get nulls there.
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