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Small Homecinema Room

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Building DIY' started by lnewey6, Jul 12, 2005.

  1. lnewey6

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    Hi Im After A Bit Of Advice Just Soundproofed My Home Cinema ,been Round To My Neighbours With Blackhawk Down On My Denon 3802 On -01, And I Could Hear The Film But Not That Bad ,there Moving Anyway. But My Question Is My Normal Volume Is -20 So Do You Think Im Pretty Safe With The Sound Going Next Door And How Easy Is It To Make Some Bass Traps For Behind My Sofa Sa The Sofa Is Pushed Up Against The Back Wall
     
  2. randallnhopkirk

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    Don't know the answer to your question but I hope you get some tolerant new neighbours, then you can whack the sound up a bit :eek:)
     
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    Try it at -20 and see if you can hear that from next door as opposed to -1, if -20 is your normal volume levels.
     

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