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RE: Nice job....

Noise absorbing curtain liners are very useful. I've got such a liner behind curtains covering 2 windows in my room, a curtain spread around 9 or 10' wide and running floor to almost ceiling, so there's a fair sized area involved. Curtains on their own helped but adding the liner behind the curtains made a very audible improvement. As you say, they're not cheap but as far as acoustic treatment goes they're also not outrageously expensive.






David Aiken


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