Winnipeg meets' thread (Ongoing)
Apr 23, 2024 at 1:01 PM Post #4,127 of 4,143
What’s your RT60 measurements?
I did know at one point. @Rubin
helped me take those measurements on his computer so he would have them still. It wasnt aweful, but there is deffintely room for improvement. I want to say if the ideal is .3 to .6 I think I was around the .8 or .9. If that makes sense. Hopfully @Rubin can chime in with the details, but he is pretty busy these days.

These panels will only help with mid to highs, not focusing on any bass at the moment. And the install will only add panels to the ceiling.
 
Apr 23, 2024 at 1:47 PM Post #4,128 of 4,143
@Rubin
helped me take those measurements on his computer so he would have them still. It wasnt aweful, but there is deffintely room for improvement. I want to say if the ideal is .3 to .6 I think I was around the .8 or .9. If that makes sense. Hopfully @Rubin can chime in with the details, but he is pretty busy these days.

These panels will only help with mid to highs, not focusing on any bass at the moment. And the install will only add panels to the ceiling.
I only asked because sometimes if you only treat the mid- to high-frequencies, you can make the room too dead instead of just evenly damped. Imagine if the bass is at 0.8-0.9 and you treated the mid- to high-frequencies to 0.1-0.2, it'll sound a bit weird. But I guess you would hear it and just remove some dampening materials.
 
Apr 23, 2024 at 2:40 PM Post #4,129 of 4,143
I only asked because sometimes if you only treat the mid- to high-frequencies, you can make the room too dead instead of just evenly damped. Imagine if the bass is at 0.8-0.9 and you treated the mid- to high-frequencies to 0.1-0.2, it'll sound a bit weird. But I guess you would hear it and just remove some dampening materials.
Agreed. One thing at a time. I basically want to quiet the slapback and echo I hear in the room. Once I am happy with that I can see where my bass measurements are.
 
Apr 25, 2024 at 11:35 AM Post #4,132 of 4,143
If you vacuum up enough dog hair you can probably build a bass trap in the corner :L3000:
 
May 22, 2024 at 2:39 PM Post #4,134 of 4,143
So my 2009 hacked Mac Mini I am using as the hardware for my DSP/streamer hub is feeling like its walk across the digital rainbow bridge is near. I am curious if anyone has recommendations for a fanless (or super quite) mini PC. Ideally $350 or less. It would need at least 2 USB ports and ideally bluetooth so normal humans that visit can still connect to my system, if necessary. thanks!
 
May 28, 2024 at 12:26 AM Post #4,135 of 4,143
I've had Lenovo mini PCs before that worked just fine. Come to think of it I might even have an old one lying around at my parent's place no longer being used if you're interested.
 
May 28, 2024 at 11:22 AM Post #4,137 of 4,143
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Jun 2, 2024 at 5:52 PM Post #4,138 of 4,143
Maybe some folks have seen this already, but I figured this might be the right place to share this image:
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Jun 5, 2024 at 11:59 AM Post #4,139 of 4,143
FYI, those omega-style headphone stands at Princess Auto I posted about a while ago are back on sale for $5. $10 original price. So far the ones I bought have worked really well. They don't feel wobbly for being a basic piece of plastic.
 
Jun 5, 2024 at 9:58 PM Post #4,140 of 4,143
Lol, I got four of those and haven't even taken them out of the packaging yet. Then again, my office is still a disaster of moving boxes.
 

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