Hey guys, I am currently designing my new theater room, I really want to trap the sound inside so I don't annoy the wife, So far the plan is to go with sound screen insulation in the walls and ceiling, one layer of 13mm sound check plaster board hung vertically and calked, then use rubber...
Anyone have any advice for hanging DIY acoustical panels to hollow core doors? I have 5 doors in my dedicated home theater, with two of those doors being solid core doors that are sealed well because they lead to attic space but the other 3 are interior doors that are hollow. Two of those...
my friend and her brother recently broke her glass doors while her parents were away.. How would you fix them?
How much would it cost?
What would you need?
How long would it take??
the door is 2 by 8 and weatherproofed
What would be the acoustical effect of using several louvered doors as a wall treatment on my side walls? I am more concerned about aesthetics than sound, but I don't want to do something that creates an absolutely hideous acoustical effect.
I'm finalizing my home theatre design, and running into my last design detail... The current HT room has a single door (solid) that comes into the existing HT room... (Perfect, no light in the window)
Now the issue, my wife wants me to install a dual, french door style (with windows in them)...
My humble setup with doors open and equipment exposed for my upstairs family room system. All those computer cables make it look messy from the shot angle.
Angled computer fan on the left of the AVR to keep the Yammie playing when it is pushed hard.
A stack of three Toshiba's underneath...