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Positioning to mask sound [message #93970] Wed, 30 June 2021 10:32 Go to previous message
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I live in a condo; it's pretty easy to hear what's going on from room to room. I'm a single guy so I haven't cared about that until now. My brother is coming to stay with me for the month of July, so I'm looking to mask my loud music and guitar strumming while he's here. I don't have time to make permanent changes, but I have several loud fans and a white noise machine, so that's what I'm going with for now. My question is do I position these "noise makers" close to me, close to the door, or in the center of the room for the best masking effect?


 
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