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In ceiling ATMOS speakers and noise/vibrations upstairs
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February 7, 2022 - 5:07 pm
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Hi,

I am thinking about adding 4 in ceiling ATMOS speakers into my cinema room at some stage. The problem is, there is a bedroom upstairs. Should I expect a lot of noise and/or vibration coming to the bedroom upstairs? Is there a way to address this problem?

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Noise transmission through solids can be managed by adding more layers of the proper material types. This can be accomplished after noise numbers are taken before the speakers are installed.

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