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Discussion in 'Home Cinema Building DIY' started by lnewey6, Sep 16, 2005.

  1. lnewey6

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    Tom: hi
    leigh : hi i want to soundproof my walls what are the best things to use im in to homecinema and i have heard bad things about resilient channel
    Tom: Your best option would be our Resilient Bar System. This will take up a maximum of 5.5 inches and will reduce everyday noise and music by approx 70 %. I have pushed a page at you to view for more info on this system. If it does not open then please click on the link. I would look at the flash animation on this page first to get and idea of products and the layout.
    Tom: http://www.customaudiodesigns.co.uk/articles/howtowalls.htm
    Tom: You should not have heard any bad things about it
    Tom: If you have it will be from someone who has not installed it properly
    Tom: or another soundproofing company who are trying to push you there system
    leigh : they say it sucks all the bass out of the room
    Tom: It does not absorb the bass
    Tom: it just stops it from leaving
    leigh : ok thanks for the link
    Tom: Is there anything else I can help you with ?
    leigh : no im fine thanks
     
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    Sorry but what's the point of this post? Sounds like an advert to me.
     
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    its not an advert its people keep saying that resilient channel is rubbish and this is the conversation i had with the chap at custom audio design
     
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    Custom Audio dont make or install RC, they just sell it

    if RC is installed incorrectly it wont work properly. Bass will get 'sucked' out of a room if the edges are not sealed or if the board resonates at the same frequency, say 40hz, it is possible to 'short circuit' RC, this reduces its effectiveness.
     

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