Foam acoustic to avoid noises

CDVM

Honorable
Dec 14, 2012
5
0
10,510
0
Hello, well the problem is that i live in a rented room and there are other persons in rooms next to mine, so i want to know what i can use to avoid my noises while gaming to hear in the room next to mine, maybe a wall full of acoustic foam or what else i can use?
 
Acoustic foam will only keep sound from bouncing around within your room.
It won't do much to keep sound from the room next door since most of that is bass which foam won't affect (unless it's more than 6" thick).
A room needs to be almost air tight to keep all sound from leaking out.
 

misteriosly

Estimable
Jun 1, 2015
26
0
4,590
4
There are a lot of different solutions for this actually.
Usually if you want a good noise insulation it costs a lot of $, also im not sure how much noise you produce.
There are services, which come and measure sound levels and their propagation and then offer you the best solution (or at least that they think would be best).
So how much of a noise do you produce ?
Are you close to the wall ?
Is it a flat ?

PS. Just laughed at my first question.
 
Acoustic foam will only keep sound from bouncing around within your room.
It won't do much to keep sound from the room next door since most of that is bass which foam won't affect (unless it's more than 6" thick).
A room needs to be almost air tight to keep all sound from leaking out.
 

ASK THE COMMUNITY