Looking for Room-Setup Consultant in D.C.


Echo...echo...echo. It's a neat effect in the Grand Canyon, but not in a new listening room!

I'm looking for a consultant who can help with room setup and treatments for a dedicated listening room in D.C. It's in a 120-year old row house, so the layout is a bit challenging, to say the least. And that's why I need some expert assistance--either a consultant in the local area or one who can visit for a day or two.

Had any good experiences? Bad ones? Or know of anyone who might fit the bill? Any recommendations would be much appreciated.
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Not cheap, but probably one of the better options:

http://getbettersound.com/rp.html

http://www.gikacoustics.com/acoustic-advice/

Their products are incredibly good value, and effective, smart friendly people.

Best,

E
Talk to Mark Schneider at Urban HiFi in Takoma Park. He lives in DC and has been known to make house calls. Mark and I are both members of the D.C. HiFi group. You might want to go the our Facebook page and join up.

Lance