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March 7, 2011

DIY Soundproofing

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There are dozens of incredible ways to go about soundproofing a home or room. In this video, Arthur Noxon from Acoustic Sciences talks about some of the ways you can pull off a do-it-yourself soundproofing project.

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While he’s got some great ideas, we recommend checking out some mass loaded vinyl or Green Glue. They’re both inexpensive methods of soundproofing and are very easy to use.

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February 21, 2011

Vehicle Soundproofing

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We’ve talked about vehicle soundproofing in the past but this video just serves as proof that even a little bit of soundproofing work can go a long way. You can hear how loud this guy’s radio is when the car doors are open, so imagine how loud it would still be if he had not installed any soundproofing materials. And yes, he did include some mass loaded vinyl sheets in the mix!

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February 4, 2011

Creating a Sound Barrier

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This is a quick computer generated video but it’ll show you exactly what type of plan a person might use if he wanted to create a sound barrier with an outside fence. We hear complaints about outside noise all the time, so it is important to understand that while you can’t mute mother nature, you do have options for reducing the sound that enters your yard or home. This particular example shows how they plan on using mass loaded vinyl.

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April 27, 2010

Exploring Soundproofing Materials: Vinyl

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Soundproofing materials can be confusing, so we’re going to take some time over the next couple of days to take a closer look at several of the most popular and talk about why they work (or not).

Vinyl materials, also formally known as mass loaded vinyl of MLV, are often used to block noise. Mass loaded vinyl works by adding density (or mass, or weight) to an area, making it hard for sound to pass through.

The problem with using MLV in soundproofing is that it really doesn’t weigh a lot at all – maybe 1-2 lbs per square foot. That means MLV will work well if you have a small sound problem, but not if you’re fighting a very loud noise, or one with a strong frequency.

See all the different Mass Loaded Vinyl Options hereĀ http://www.tmsoundproofing.com/mass-loaded-vinyl.html

July 15, 2009

Can I Soundproof My Boat?

If you’re lucky enough to have a speedboat, yacht, or cabin cruiser than you’ll probably want to take the time to soundproof the interior just a little bit. Who wants to be aroused from a seaborne nap in the cabin by the sound of the incredibly loud marine diesel engine or by the sound of the waves slapping on the side of the hull? Why not enjoy your time on the sea as much as possible?

Soundproofing a boat is easier than you might think. The main source of noise is, of course, the engine compartment. With that in mind you’ll want to adhere some mass loaded vinyl to the inside walls of the engine compartment. You can get it to stick by using some sort of contact cement or, for added effect, another acoustical product like Green Glue. Whatever you do, make sure the products you choose to use are waterproof.

To finish off the project you’ll simply have to apply some acoustical caulk around the seams and perimeter of the vinyl. Make sure you let your work dry completely before putting the boat in the water. The soundproofing effects garnered by just this little bit of work will prove astounding.

July 3, 2009

Soundproofing Your Computer

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Do you have an old computer that makes a ton of noise? Believe it or not, you can soundproof your computer as well and the process is incredibly simple.

You’ll start by opening your computer so that you can work with the CPU case or cover. You’ll want to take a small amount of mass loaded vinyl and glue it to the inside of the case so that it covers as much area as possible. It is important to make sure that you do NOT cover the areas that usually allow your processor ventilation system to work. Take a piece of vinyl and glue it to the bottom of your computer case as well (on the inside or outside).

Before you know it you will have drastically reduced the amount of noise your computer makes. Just make sure you are carefully when taking your computer apart so that you don’t cause a static charge that will damage your processor. If you are nervous about working with your computer ask something with a bit of technical experience to help you take it apart. Better safe than sorry!

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