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Quiet. The Neighbors Can Hear You (Sound Control Thread)

Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by one2threeBUDS4, Oct 21, 2008.

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    waynejohn

    waynejohn Member

    Yeah as soon as i saw the specs i went for it...hopefully someone will recommend what to get to control it...i want that 0-10V but not sure it will work with mixflow
     
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    Lucky Luke

    Lucky Luke Well-Known Member

     
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    ANC

    ANC Well-Known Member

    That is a good video, I saw it before.
    I would recommend always spending a bit more and getting a quiet fan made from plastic.
    You get ridiculously silent ones for not much more than the standard jobbies.
     
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    wellandwitham

    wellandwitham Member

    Check out WAC1 fan controller. Good for fans l as than 6 inch. No hum and about $30
     
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    grassy007

    grassy007 Member

    For 4" and 6" Vivosun type plastic fan housings, I took a 12x12x13" cardboard box (for 4" fan) and cut two U shaped cutouts so the box would fit over the unit's 2 ducting connector openings. I then went to a carpet store and they had a stack of carpet samples that are discontinued. I got 5 of them for free. I then bought double backed tape from HD and cut fit the carpeting and used the double sided tape to afix the carpet to the inside of the box. It worked great. I wish I had a workshop to make one out of plywood. It cut the sound by a third to a half. Total cost $5.50 (for the double sided tape).
     
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    grassy007

    grassy007 Member

    Ya, except all the Google searches for it were all from the UK. It also needs to be wired in.
     
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    grassy007

    grassy007 Member

    For stealth grows and making the ducting more quiet, the only insulated ducting I could find is for temp insulation rather than noise insulation. It lessened the noise coming from the fan housing, but not much. It's better than the plain aluminum ducting which just carries the duct fan motor noise thruout its length. Is there even any insulated ducting that's made from more than just fiberglass? Fiberglass insulated ducting is better than plain aluminum ducting, but not great at sound absorbtion, never was meant to be.
     

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