smoking=need hush box?

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  1. mbmapit

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    Hi

    I need to make a hush box for my projector but have zero idea on how to go about it. Has anyone got any ideas regarding material to use? Also, it would obviously need ventilation so what filter could I use to stop smoke getting in through said vents?

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    Nobody :rolleyes:
     
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    Stop smoking. Tough I know but it would benefit your own respiration system as well as your projector's.
     
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    You don't really hear of many people in the UK with hushboxes, but they are still really popular in the US. I suggest having a read on www.avsforum.com - all sorts of materials get used in their construction, but many vent into the ceiling void which might be overcomplicated in a typical UK install (they're often dealing with a dedicated room/extension).
     

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