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Here's more w/ the insulation...just before the subfloor...


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Here we've got the first layer already on, adding the second layer. Notice I marked the first layer of where NOT to screw...


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Now we have the walls...

They went up pretty quick...


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You can see where I put hat channel on the back side of the framing to help hold the insulation in. Also now have the left side and back wall framed... Starting to insulate the front wall...


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Now we've got the front and side walls insulated, and the RC1 mounted...


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Here, you can see the mount idea that Steve posted on this thread. The only thing I didn't do was trim the metal that hangs down around the stud (track). I wish I had, but I didn't have a chop saw, and the hack saw just wasn't hackin' it.


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Now we have drywall going up, and what I did to dampen the drywall with strips of insulation tucked in between the RC...


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That's all I got developed for now. Just shot another roll over the weekend w/ the second layer of drywall, and the soffit around the beam covered. I'll post when I get them developed...

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I've got one heck of an AC thread starting over at RO. Those of you interested, here's the link:

http://www.recording.org/postt17684.html

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I added this link over in the Design forum, but thought I would post it here too...

Some great info on Guidlines & Recommendations for Surround Sound production. There are several diagrams showing speaker layouts, etc.

http://www.grammy.org/pe_wing/5_1_Rec.pdf


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OK, I've got another floor question. I'm not to this point yet, will be eventually.

Hardwood floor in the control room... Let's say I use the Pergo laminate flooring. The stuff I've looked at is "glueless".

Any suggestions or recommendations as to how to attach this "glueless" Pergo to the cover plate to where all the cables come up to the console?

And what about the floor around the cut out area? How do I keep this down?

Or should I go w/ a glue down version of the Pergo?

Any thoughts?

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I've not used either type, but would think gluing might reduce the chances of any rattles or buzzes - it would also simplify your fitment around the console wiring, although the glueless would go in faster - maybe other members have actual experience with this? Steve


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my Floor is glued down (I Used subfloor glue) and no rattles are present :)

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I seem to remember someone several months back talking about using the Pergo stuff, as it was glueless, etc. There's a pad that goes under the laminate flooring (between subfloor and laminate floor) which pretty much deadens any vibrations.

Just did a browse, Jai has used the Pergo stuff in 2 different studios.

Any more thoughts or ideas?

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The pergo was a consideration. I am gonna use it throughout rest of the facility.

Take a look at the higher end line as it comes prepadded.

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