Hush box & Air conditioning
I'm in the process of designing a basement HT (non dedicated) - and one big problem I don't want to have to deal with is projector noise. That's a problem because I want a large screen and that means a bright, noisy, hot projector. I believe I've eliminated most other noises within the design, through things like housing all the amps / receivers / equipment in an adjacent room.
I've got the opportunity to re-route or redesign the placement and routing of (currently) 3 fancoils and ducting, or to add an additional unit if needed.
For the sake of argument, if I took say a Z1 projector, does it make sense to mount it within the soffits behind some high quality glass, completely isolated from the room, and then have an inlet / outlet for a single dedicated fancoil (housed in a different room) keeping it nice and cool? What kind of cooling power would be needed for something like that?
If that doesn't make sense, what does? Could/should I just add a vent from existing ducting which runs past the projector location anyway? Or is it a bad idea in general to associate air conditioning with projectors?
Any advice or thoughts much appreciated!
Last edited by JohnnyWilkinson; 02-28-2019 at 02:42 PM.