Ok, strictly speaking this isn't about recording. I have a home office with some music stuff that comes along for the ride. I am trying to layout the room optimally, and have to make a compromise of sorts. I have a "bass rig" for lack of a better term, consisting of a 16U rack with a bunch of stuff in it (some bass and some not) and have a 1x12" speaker sitting atop separated by an Auralex pad. The contraption itself works nicely as it is self-contained and the speaker is at a good listening height. Now the bad. The only, and I mean only logical place to put this rack is in the corner, facing out at a perfect 45 degrees. Assuming you had to place a bass enclosure in such a position, what would you do to mitigate the acoustic challenges based on this location? The solution doesn't have to be studio perfect. I'm looking for good enough from a sound perspective, aesthetically minimal, and moderate (not cheap) in cost. Thanks in advance!