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J. Peter Moncrieff
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Issues # 80+
Reference Room 1: Ballroom of Castle
35 x 25 x 17 ft (masonry walls, wood floor, wood cathedral ceiling).
ASC Tube Traps (circles) around entire perimeter; tapestries and rugs on walls.
Four 9 x 12 rugs align area with hot seat (which is off center in both axes).
Speaker angles subject to variation, to optimize imaging of different speakers.
Reference Room 2: Dining Hall of Castle
40 x 20 x 14 ft (masonry walls and ceiling [coffered], inlaid onyx floor).
ASC Tube Traps (circles) around perimeter; tapestries and rugs on walls.
Speaker angles subject to change, to optimize imaging of different speakers.