koenjer schreef:Shadow schreef:Er wordt akotherm d40 gebruikt volgens mij;
https://www.akoestiekwinkel.nl/akotherm ... ptieplaten
Dat vraag ik mij af, heb zo'n plaat akotherm hier staan. Maar dat is bijzonder stugge troep.
Dat krijg je m.i. niet zo makkelijk verwerkt en getacked zoals dat in de calpamos gedaan is.
edit: nvm, je vraag ging over 't zachte Akotherm-achtige spul en niet de stugge dempingplaat
Had je die PDF al?
http://www.humblehomemadehifi.com/downl ... lpamos.pdf
The inside of the cabinet is lined with 4mm thick bitumous vibration damping panels. Due to the high weight of these panels (andtherefore high shipping-costs), they are not included as part of the standard kit but can be supplied if they are not available whereyou live. I used Standartplast STP Aero Bomb but other products such as CTK Vibrodamping, Silent Coat Vibrodamping or DynamatXtreme are equally effective. Apply the damping panels to all internal surfaces except the baffle. It doesn't matter if a fewcentimeters along the edges of each surface are not covered. The damping panels are self adheasive but I would advise to takeextra measures to make sure they stay stuck in place for years to come. First of all, the inside surfaces of the cabinets must bedust and grease free. Then the panels can either be glued using vinyl glue as well as their own adheasive layer. Or you can stickthe panels as they are and then staple them to the cabinets for extra strenght. I chose to do the latter with the help of an electric staple gun.
The soft damping material used in the Calpamos consists of 50mm thick, black polyester fibre acoustic damping sheets. Each sheetis 1000 x 1200mm in size and one whole sheet is needed per loudspeaker cabinet. The damping material covers all internal area'sexcept for the lower part of the side walls near the woofer and also the bottom surface is left free from this soft damping material.