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10 kg/m3 ok for 14.5 inch absorber?
Old 24th January 2013
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10 kg/m3 ok for 14.5 inch absorber?

Absorber being the total depth I have built into the rear wall of my room for use as a large trap (along with some diffusion). I am about to fill it with left over stuff from the inside of the walls. It is 10kg/m3 batts.

All my research tells me 10 kg/m3 is good for this depth, but I reckon prudent to check first. Thanks.
Old 24th January 2013
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Originally Posted by dodittydada ➡️
Absorber being the total depth I have built into the rear wall of my room for use as a large trap (along with some diffusion). I am about to fill it with left over stuff from the inside of the walls. It is 10kg/m3 batts.

All my research tells me 10 kg/m3 is good for this depth, but I reckon prudent to check first. Thanks.
Good news. It is just not good for that depth, but just about perfect!

Perfectly writing,
Andre
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