bert stoltenborg wrote:Hangers seem to work, but I'm not aware of any proof they are better than plain old mineral wool, which is an easier and cheaper way to go, I guess.
I'm not sure I understand you, but caulking small gaps to avoid diffraction from the speaker in a flush mounted or absorptive situation is moot, IMHO.
Scott R. Foster wrote:You do very nice work - it is a shame you are following a plan of pointless complexity. The time and money you will waste on hangers and separate boxes for your absorptive elements would be better spent building a custom mix desk with built-in equipment racks, mixing gold records, or taking a nap. I marvel that these design concepts persist absent any support from the physical sciences to justify the cost and trouble.
Secret chambers hidden behind the walls filled with magical devices - just to absorb sound - a job that can be accomplished with a stack of cheap building insulation - the internet is an amazing place init?
What's above the false ceiling?
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