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  1. REW Forum
    I have a kind of dice living room (5,4m (width) x 5,04m (length) x 3,7m (high) with a lot of hard reflections. And a wife that don’t like to convert it to a studio :) I did some tests with rockwool solids in the corners to create a DIY bass trap with a global absorption. The result however is...
  2. Home Audio Acoustics
    I want to begin to acoustically treat my HT room. I live in SE Asia and cannot find rockwool or rigid fiberglass insulation. I can find plenty of pink fluffy insulation, though. Are there any substitutes for either rockwool, or rigid fiberglass insulation? Or can I pack in the pink fluffy...
  3. Home Audio Acoustics
    I recently built some rockwool adsorbers, I am in the process of determining the optimal positioning in the room in PTC Creo however the actual adsorbers are finished. A part of the design intent is to have the panels easily movable and to have near 'infinite adjust-ability' (with relative...
  4. Home Audio Acoustics
    Hi, Shaksters, I am in the process of panelling my HT room. I am using gypsum perforated boards from St.Gobain and pine wood panels. My question is- Can I use the rockwool 2" or 4" behind the perforated panels or should I frame and hang them in front...
  5. Home Audio Acoustics
    Hi, I have a cabinet next to my listening position (couch), which is placed up against the rear wall. Without getting into a discussion about how bad a position this is, basically the cabinet forms a 90 degree angle with the rear wall right at the corner of the couch and causes some pretty bad...
  6. Home Audio Acoustics
    I've found a supplier in my area that can get pretty much any type of insulation. They normally stock products form Ottawa Fibre and FibreX (I'm in Canada). The guy I spoke with say that they have lots of FibreX 1240 mineral wool and it sells for $4 for a 2" board. It's only 3lbs/ft² however...
  7. Home Theater Design and Construction
    My room is 5m * 3.6 m * 2.75m, concrete construction. I have been informed by a friend working in related field that he suggests the following design for my room for soundproofing roughly as follows: 1st step: - 2" rockwool (density = 120, I don't know what this is) every where on the walls. -...
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