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post #10831 of 10834 Old 04-26-2015, 09:05 PM
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Yup. Soundproofing does not equal acoustical treatments, however you can get great benefits from a decent effort in soundproofing a room. Not just to keep sound in, but to keep other sounds out. Still not acoustically treating the room though.
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Do you have a link to a ceiling cloud to buy or make. also I have low ceilings, so I can't have something hanging low
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Since you have our products, most of our customers use something like attached. Though it does put a 4" gap (recommend) between the panel and the ceiling.
http://www.gikacoustics.com/product/...ting-brackets/

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Complaint from neighbor

I recently did setup my 7.2 home theater system and unfortunately there is a window(8x4) in the center of the media room wall. Our neighbor's master bedroom is across that window and they are complaining that they are hearing a lot of noise in their bedroom.

I have been searching for ways to somehow eliminate the sound going out the window. Can someone please share what is the economical way of getting the sound arrested going outside through the window? Does a good set of curtains help?

I am newbie to this whole home theater experience so please help me with your suggestions.

Thanks!
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