I'm building a room within a room, DD+GG everywhere, Ceiling; furring channel and sound clips. I'm at the door stage right now and was wondering what door should I be looking at that is $300 or under to compensate the room's sound isolation. I'd prefer a flat slab look. It has to be a 28" door.
I've read using exterior steel slab doors but I cannot find any that are 28".
Also, I will most likely be adding some MDF to the theatre side of the door, should I then adjust the door stop to make sure the new thickness is flush with the wall?
Would the jamb for a thick solid core door be? 3/4", is that standard?
What would be the repercussions and challenges of installing a door jamb directly to the stud frame?
I'm installing a door in a perpendicular corner with double walls so this is getting a little more complicated than I though...