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How to Optimize Acoustics at Home


You've shelled out for a top-of-the line sound system or sleek, modern speakers, but are you getting the best listening experience at home? If you haven't thought about how your furnishings affect the way sound travels in a space, possibly not. Bill Bush, principal acoustics engineer at Sonos, offers seven easy fixes that will optimize your listening experience.

Small details add to the overall design.
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It is all very mindful. “We proceeded with a philosophy and a vision,” says Chamberlin.
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A curtain slides across for privacy.
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Tip seven: Getting Serious "If this is a man cave or a woman cave, there are further things you can do," Bush says.
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