A general question about sound treatments. I have a dedicated sunken (2') HT/audio room who's back wall is a half wall w/ a counter. So, the counter being 30" that means the opening in the half wall is a good 5' in the HT room. I have 2 acoustic panels that fill in the space of the half wall for a "pure" listening experience. I also can move one of the panels to the wall just below (just above and behind the couch which its closest point is 1.5' from the back wall) to open the space up a bit in order to use the bar to eat while watching TV for example. Should I run the calibration with both panels up or just one or will it make any difference at all when I switch from a one panel to a two panel setup? I currently have it calibrated with both panels up, and i can hear the difference when I pull one of the panels down. If it will help I can attach a blueprint drawing.
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