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In article <email@example.com>,
firstname.lastname@example.org (GeeTee) wrote:
> Could you give me a tip on how to place my subwoofer so that i could
> get most of it while it wouldn't be heard outside my room. What ir
> mean is - when listening to music on 'social level' the music can not
> be heard outside my room except deep lows made by subwoofer.
> Whats more confusing I use it only for subtle bass pressence but it
> 'becomes' as twice as loud when I leave to other rooms... So as I
> live in a flat I presume same effect applies to my neighbours upstairs
> and downstairs. I Believe they wouldn't appreciate my listening
> I've got AudioPro 'Sub Cinema' if it's important.
> Thanks a lot
AFAIK There are only 2 ways to seperate low frequencies between spaces,
mass and/or dead air space. Sub frequencies travel easily through walls,
especially normal home walls.