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post #91 of 856 Old 02-15-14, 07:29 PM Thread Starter
 
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Well, I just ordered the last audio piece for the new HT... I got a Yamaha P7000S to power the Manley SUPER SPUDs. I will hold off until we get everything up and running in the new HT before I look into a MiniDSP. If I am lucky, we may be able to start the destruction phase of the build this week! Maybe in a couple of weeks I will have the basic room up and ready for testing the speaker locations!

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Where is a good place to get the clips, and the GG for the drywall install on the ceiling? I think Lowes sells the GG (I get a 10% discount for being a Veteran). Is Lowes the best deal for me with my discount?

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I don't know if you have a Menards but here they are the same price as The Sound Proofing Company. But you can order it from there. Depending how much you need it may be economic to order it by the pale. They have other clips there as well, http://www.soundproofingcompany.com/ These guys are very nice to talk to.


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Thanks, I just sent them an email.

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I got all my stuff from The Soundproofing Company too - great guys to work with!


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Unless you only need a few tubes of green glue or sealant, going with the soundproofing company is a must, for price and for advice. Great guys, very helpful and trustworthy.


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We will be doing a 19'x 28' ceiling, and then building the hallway wall. I would assume it is going to take a pail or two. Did you buy the applicator too, or just use a trowel?

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We will be doing a 19'x 28' ceiling, and then building the hallway wall. I would assume it is going to take a pail or two. Did you buy the applicator too, or just use a trowel?
I used a whole pail on just the two layers of drywall between the joists in my build, I'm sure you'll need at least two pails even if you are going with the one tube per sheet application method.

The speedloader is essential for measuring how much you use, and to keep from getting green glue everywhere. It costs $30 if you're buying three or more pails.


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Sounds like I will need between 2 and 3 pails...

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A pail costs $200, about as much as 15 tubes, so even without the discount on the speedloader it could easily be worth it to get the third pail.


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