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Metal

Description of the use of metal in soundproofing.

Once again, this is a very good material for soundproofing, but it is expensive in comparison to the alternatives.

It is only used where its high density is important in achieving a relatively thin sound proofed partition.

It is most commonly found in sound proofed doors, which may have a lead lining.

By David Mellor Tuesday February 1, 2000