Conversions - General Question

How do you vent a soundproof room?

2 Answers

Check this out,

I hope it helps

http://www.soundservice.co.uk/quiet-ventilation-for-rooms.html

John Briner
Briner & Sons Ltd

Answered 6th Dec 2011

Briner & Sons Ltd

Member since 2 Mar 2009

Build an acoustic box
In creating these air vents you'll now have a hole in your soundproofing that will need an acoustic box built over it, one of which will house the fan. Make an 'S' shape duct within an MDF (or equivalent) box, line with acoustic foam and place over the vent holes along with some mesh to keep out unwanted crawly things.

One final consideration is to avoid putting the inlet vent where the sun shines, so to speak, as it will pull in unwanted hot air during the summer

Answered 7th Jan 2012

BuildIt Construction

Member since 4 Jan 2012

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