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Here's an out of the box idea. How about active noise cancellation? put a few decent quality full range speakers in the room and find some noise-cancellation software or circuitry that you can tie in with a couple of mics that you orient toward the worst of the sound, and tune the system to cancel out external noise. If that doesn't sound appealing: ...


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With difficulty. If you really mean "soundproof", you're essentially talking about the equivalent of building a sound studio, so I'd suggest websearching for discussions of building a home studio to learn the tricks and techniques. Depending on exactly how much sound you need to block, at what frequencies, there are different techniques. Don't forget floor ...


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Short of replacing it with a sealed, sound-proof door, I suppose you could throw some foam on it e.g. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0002F78UI/ref=cm_cd_asin_ and make sure gaps around the door are sealed; there are kits e.g. http://www.acousticalsolutions.com/door-seal-kits or something simpler to install like ...


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In almost all cases this is a no. There are waterproofing systems you can use but not flooring pad. When you lay your tile the pad will move a little and cause issues. In essence with a pad you are creating a giant floating tile floor. Note: To reduce sound from the floor you want to do two things. Build up the subfloor. Adding an inch of plywood ...


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Subject to both the tile and underlayment manufacturer's installation requirements, yes. It is common for such manufacturer's to have technical support departments and contacting them will often provide a wealth of expert advice.



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