With the increasing sophistication of home entertainment technology, home theaters have become more popular than ever. Recreating the theater experience at home usually involves entertainment systems cranking out high-volume sound that could be unwelcome in other parts of a poorly insulated house.

That’s why insulation with excellent sound-control properties can make a dramatic impact in a home theater, not only to keep noise out so you can enjoy the entertainment, but also to keep music and dialogue generated in the home theater from migrating to other rooms.

Follow the instruction tips below to install insulation in your home theater’s interior and exterior walls. Don’t forget to thoroughly review the “Special Considerations” — because several of them may be applicable in your situation, especially considering the most common locations and configurations of today’s home theaters.
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