Hey, I’m trying to improve my rather suboptimal setup and need some advice.
I’m using LS50 on Isoacoustics stands in a desk setup. They are about 20cm away from the wall but the left speaker is a bit further away since the desk is oval shaped and not straight against the wall.
I’m trying to achieve less boomy and more controlled bass.
The port plugs make the bass a bit tighter but also take away a lot of the deeper bass notes.
I tried to use normal acoustic pyramide foam but there wasn’t really a noticable difference or improvement. Would thicker foam or absorbers with rockwool inside be a better option?
My room is very rectangular (5m by 2.4m) and my desk is in a corner along the long side of that rectangle. Therefore there is very limited space between my front and rear wall of my speaker setup.
Should I just go for more heavy and a bigger number of absorbers? (which can get quite expensive).
How do you deal with acoutics in your desk speaker setup?