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 Post subject: Acoustic socket boxes?
PostPosted: Wed Jun 03, 2020 2:40 am 
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Would anyone know if these are effective, or would it be too much of a compromise given the holes that would obviously need to be cut in the sound treated wall (double layer pb with green glue)... I know that's usually a big no-no.

https://www.trimacoustics.co.uk/product ... ket-boxes/

I am debating whether to go with surface mounted boxes or the above. I don't have a problem with surface mounted, but it's more a space issue than an aesthetic one, given proximity of things to walls, and with the above, I can get the sockets near flush. If I'm SIGNIFICANTLY compromising my sound treatment by doing this though, I will just go with the surface mount option.


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 03, 2020 4:46 am 
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Who knows? Without data we are blind. The seem like a decently thick device. But how is it attached to the wall? And what about wires?
In venues sometimes the sockets are in wells sunk into the stage.

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