[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

Sound treating a room

Dear all,
This is a(nother) request for help and advice. I have some experiments
which I would like to run, but they require an anechoically treated
room.  I have a room available for the summer period, but it is not
treated in any way.

Short of glueing egg-boxes on the wall, would anyone have some advice on
how, and with what I could make sound deadened panels which I could cover
the inside of this room temporarily. Would loose hanging thin/thick
material be OK? Would foam wedges be better (and more expensive!)?

I am restricted by cost (aren't we all). Any addresses or phone #s of UK
companies would be useful.

Best wishes,

Kevin L. Baker

/ Tel(24Hrs) 0116 257 7761        Department of Human Communication    \
/        Fax 0116 257 7708          De Montfort University,            \
/                                     Scraptoft Campus,                \
/                                       Leicester LE7 9SU,  U.K.       \