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RE: Sound Isolation for HA Rack?



Yes, a simple rubber sheet should work well - I did similar for a
Comfort alarm panel mounted on a stud partition wall the other side of my
master bedroom. The transformers were buzzing quite loudly and this was
amplified through the wall - very annoying at night. I insulated with
rubber washers/grommets and it cured the problem.

You could simply and cheaply buy a rubber car mat and sit your rack on that
maybe - quick and easy.

Paul.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: ukha_d@xxxxxxx [mailto:ukha_d@xxxxxxx] On Behalf
> Of ben_mccormack2000
> Sent: 01 April 2010 09:43
> To: ukha_d@xxxxxxx
> Subject: [ukha_d] Sound Isolation for HA Rack?
>
> All
>
> My Home Automation rack sits up in the loft. It is currently just
> sitting on the ceiling joists and I am unfortunately getting some
> annoying Hard Drive sound coming through the ceiling.
>
> I am wondering how I can isolate this sounds and try to reduce it.
> Would sitting the rack on some rubber feet help?
>
> Anyone solved this problem before?
>
> Ben
>
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