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Household Objects Used to Tone Down Sound
Don't want to disturb the neighbors? NoiseOut Essentials uses everyday household objects to keep the sound down.
NoiseOut Essentials
October 26, 2006 by Rachel Cericola

Your bachelor pad may be cool, but a bad sound system may drown out all of your witty banter. While for some, this is a good thing, the rest of you urbane audiophiles can opt for NoiseOut Essentials.

CE Pro says that this posh line of soundproofing and noise-control products look like pillows, wallpaper, artwork and other household items that you probably couldn’t pick out for yourself anyway.

Upcoming products will include lampshades, artificial plants (classy and you can’t kill them!), bookcases, sofas and sleepers.

If you’ve already got a good motif going, the company also offers doorframes, baseboards, moldings, throws and carpet underlayment that can help damper some of the damage that your system was crafted to do.

  • Consultation is free
  • Solutions look like everyday household objects

 

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.

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