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Old 23rd October 2008, 12:58   #1
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Default Planning A Diy Anechoic Chamber

SPCR's anechoic chamber could not hope to approach the above professional examples. There's the obvious budgetary constraint. Then, the practical issues: Firstly, the available room, already being used for testing, is far smaller, just 12' x 10' with an 8' ceiling. Secondly, it was unrealistic to consider any structural changes to the house. So what could be done? There are many web articles on soundproofing techniques for condo units and apartments, treating rooms for home theater use, etc. The information in many of these articles is relevant and highly educational, but there's nothing specific on the web about building an anechoic chamber. No one seems to have done it successfully and posted the procedure in detail on any publicly accessible web site.
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