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Mute System 63 installation Firstly we had to remove the existing dot & dab application before installing the Mute System to the party wall. Mute System along with Tecsound and acoustic plasterboard to finish generate excellent results and yet another happy customer. #soundproofingmaterial#soundproofing101 #soundproofingexpert #soundproofingsolutions#soundproofing #noisyneighbours [gallery link="file" size="medium" ids="17187,17188,17192,17190,17196,17189,17193,17195,17191,17194"]  ...

  [vc_video link='https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQ1pVJtVKQU&t=369s']   HOW TO SOUNDPROOF A WALL with the MUTE SYSTEM™ Direct to Wall System with an airborne sound reduction of 65-72dB dependant on system in use. A comprehensive installation guide. If you are interested in our soundproofing products & services please contact us! MUTE SYSTEM™ is a thin point connected soundproofing system for walls developed and refined over the years by the R&D department of DECIBEL. The main acoustical principle used in the system is mass +...

Pinnacle Sound have helped many businesses create a more pleasant environment for all to enjoy. Reverberation within a space can be very unpleasant for all who work or visit causing havoc on hearing and difficult to have a conversation....

Full MUTE SYSTEM installation process for walls. MUTE SYSTEM is a thin point connected soundproofing system for walls and ceilings developed and refined over the years by the R&D department of DECIBEL Ltd....

How You Hear Sound Your hearing is a combination of interactions in your ear that convert sound waves into signals your brain can understand. When sound waves enter the ear, they cause your eardrum and the bones inside your ear to vibrate.  Small, fragile hair in your inner ear turn the vibrations into electrical signals that are sent to the brain.  Your brain then interprets the signals as sounds....