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window soundproofing

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Building DIY' started by rob_w, Apr 9, 2002.

  1. rob_w

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    hello chaps

    does anyone have any good info on soundproofing sash windows.? i cant replace with double glazing as the building is listed. i can work from the inside though - i`ve got a 1 1/2" deep recess in which i can fit secondary dbl glazing, but is there a better option?

    cheers for any help
    robwells
     
  2. Gary Lightfoot

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    If you ant to keep the windows as windows, I don't think there's much you can do.

    Can't you get double glazed sash widows made up? Expensive, but I'm sure there are companies that can do it. BACs maybe?

    Gary.
     
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    thanx for the reply Gary
    i can add a second pane myself inside but cannot fit a sealed unit.
    don`t know whether this will help though?
    i am not allowed to touch the outside window at all.
    i do need to be able to open the window for ventilation every now and then.

    it`s looking like secondary double glazing is the way to go?

    doesn`t anyone else have sash windows? they are such a pain in the a**e.- cant watch films at low volume - lose dialogue every time a lorry goes past!
    cheers
    rob
     
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    It does look like secondary double glazing is your only option really.

    Try over at avsforum to see if anyone else has a better idea.

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