I moved to a new house, and I have a music room above the garage. The room is about 18" x 13" with a wooden floor, mirrors on all walls (It used to be a dance studio) and an irregular shaped roof with a lot of angles.
I can afford to have the room redone in a way that would maximize the quality of my audio system.
Question 1: Should the 4350's be elevated, or be put on the floor? Does it make a big difference?
Question 2: Am I supposed to put carpet on the floor to avoid the reflections from the wooden floor? Right now, the room is incredibly bright, with enormous amounts of reflection everywhere.
Question 3: I will most definitely remove all the mirrors from the walls. Is there a special wall treatment that I should apply, or anything will do?
My system: JBL 4350's bi-amped with Max Intosh C38 Preamp, Mac Intosh 7300 2x300W Bass, Mac Intosh 7150 2x150 Mid-Highs, Wadia CD player