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Old 22nd November 2009
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frequency of barking dog

so if im going to build to keep sound out....... WTF are frequency of barking dogs! big prob in my area
Old 22nd November 2009
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Barking Dog frequency

Much too frequently! :-)
DD
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lol
I suspect that a Saint Bernard would have a different frequency range than a Chihuahua!
Old 23rd November 2009 | Show parent
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I suspect that a Saint Bernard would have a different frequency range than a Chihuahua!

haa haaa...i know...dumb question....especially since its in the country and im talkin bout different type at varying distances....+ cows!!! ha hhaaa
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haha
Yeah, if you do soundproofing, it should act to keep ALL sound out! Wouldn't worry about tuning it to keep certain frequencies out.

Now, treating the sound INside the room... that's another matter! (sound Treatment)
Old 23rd November 2009
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so if im going to build to keep sound out....... WTF are frequency of barking dogs! big prob in my area
What ever frequency is barked.
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Oddly enough it is the same as a shot gun.....naw I'm just kidding! I love dogs. I have two in fact...
Old 24th November 2009
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so if im going to build to keep sound out....... WTF are frequency of barking dogs! big prob in my area
I'd say they're up in the low midrange somewhere...or between there are the higher midrange in the case of annoying little dogs. It wouldn't take much extra mass to keep that kind of stuff out.

Frank
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