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  1. Home Theater Design and Construction
    Just wondering if anyone has used 5/8 plywood then green glue and then a layer of 5/8 drywall. I was planning in doing this because it will give me options for mounting my projector later because with the use of hat track and isolation clips I will no longer be able to mount to the solid block...
  2. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    I've been doing a lot of reading lately across the Internet on putting together enclosures... I'm finding it stated in places that screws are only necessary to 'align' and hold the glued MDF pieces together while the glue is setting up because its the glue that really holds the enclosure...
  3. Home Audio Acoustics
    I've never used Green Glue before, I understand (or do I) it is not actually a glue, and that you screw the panels together. In a ceiling application, do the screws in the panel facing the interior need to go into the furring/joists for support, or just a good ways into the first sheet...
  4. Home Theater Design and Construction
    Where is the best place to buy green glue,whisper clips,channel hats in Canada or USA,my father in law goes to Arizona every year for the winter,if it cost too much up here which i think it will then i will ship it to him to bring back from the US.Thanks
  5. Home Audio Acoustics
    Hi Guys, I had a question about Owens-Cornings' QuietZone® Quiet Retreats insulation. Has anyone used this stuff? Any ideas how pricey it is? Can anyone recommend a similar, more cost-effective product? I'm planning to use the acoustical batts with double sheetrocking for my media room. I...
  6. Home Audio Acoustics
    Hey HTS'rs There is such a wide price variance in green glue depending on where you find it. Where's the best place you have found GG? I could do by the tube or gallon buckets. I also found a good place for Sound isolation materials, I'm interested in making base traps and finding a good...
  7. Classifieds - Equalization & Calibration Equipment
    I have 3 cases of Green Glue for sale - $75 per caes + shipping. -Darrell
  8. Home Theater Design and Construction
    One tube is green glue is hard to sell on eBay so I'm up for trades. Anything cool for my theater will be considered. I couldn't find a "trade section" so if this needs to moved, feel free. Thanks.
  9. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Is using wood glue without nails/screws enough for ported enclosures if clamped well? I am using slots for my build and was not planning on using screws, but will if you guys think it is best. A pic of my enclosure joints before glueing:
  10. Home Audio Acoustics
    I have a stupid question: If you use green glue on a ceiling between two sheets of 5/8" drywall do you screw the second layer as well as the first? Seems like you have too, but then how does the green glue work so well? Also, won't cutting holes in the ceiling for light fixtures defeat the...
  11. DIY Speakers
    Never read about this and was curious if someone had tried it, but to limit sound from passing through enclosure walls, would using a second layer of MDF (inside of the external layer) glued in place only using Green Glue help to isolate sounds and dampen internal standing waves better? Then...
  12. DIY Speakers
    Ive recently finished my speaker boxes using dayton reference 5" mids and there silk dome tweeter,iam ready to cover them,iam planing on using real wood veneer,this will be my first time using veneer.Ive been looking at the products from veneersupplies.com at first i was thinking about using...
  13. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    what glue should i use for my sub enclosure? I was told gorrilla glue expands too much.
  14. Home Audio Acoustics
    Well, I finally decided to order a bunch of green glue to isolate the wall between me and my noisy neighbor. The alarm clock of Death Metal every morning at 6:30 really iced it. My wife commented last week: "He seems to be much quieter now, maybe he got the hint." To which I replied, "Honey...
  15. Home Theater Design and Construction
    Hello, I'm working to "soundproof" pretty much my entire basement area (<900 ft^2). For now, this is going to be a general purpose area as a studio space (drums, guitars, etc.), although it may grow into a HT space in the future. Either way, I'm trying to keep sound from going into the rest of...
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