Do you condition your music room?


#1

With the high humidex we have been experiencing in the past week, the dehumidifier that I keep in my sound room has been collecting tons of water. I keep it at a comfortable 40% and 21°C.



I just wondering what a damp room would do to the electronics not to mention mildew etc…


#2

I make sure my room gets to an anaerobic state with 50 minutes of exercise at least three times a week.



:slight_smile:



–SSW


#3

I prefer to use a shampoo/conditioner combo in my room. Any one will do as far as I’m concerned but there are those who maintain, stubbornly, that “separates” are the way to go. I think that this notion has been fostered by the hair care industry and I see little evidence that there is any truth to it. :^o


#4

I use absorbsion panels and bass traps.


#5

You guys just crack me up…! :)) Any experience with feminine hygiene products by any chance? :-B


#6

Quote from the world of Steven Wright:

‘For my birthday I got a humidifier and a dehumidifier. I put them in the same room and let them fight it out. I filled the humidifier with wax and left it on. Now everything in my house is shiny’

'I turned my air conditioner the other way around, and it got cold out. The weatherman said, “I don’t understand it. It was supposed to be 80 degrees out today.” I said “Oops . . .” ’


#7
Quote from the world of Steven Wright:
'For my birthday I got a humidifier and a dehumidifier. I put them in the same room and let them fight it out. I filled the humidifier with wax and left it on. Now everything in my house is shiny'
'I turned my air conditioner the other way around, and it got cold out. The weatherman said, "I don't understand it. It was supposed to be 80 degrees out today." I said "Oops . . ." '




And just how hot was it inside his house, then?!?!?!

Actually, turning the air conditioner around is what's known as a 'heat pump' and can heat the house in the winter. Some systems have selector valves that either heat or cool depending on the time of year. But in heat mode the outside actually does get colder. Only works as long as the outside compressor coils (in evaporator mode) don't freeze over.

#8

yup, they cease to work below -10C. [14F]

I My case I have 1100 foot deep well and my [indoor] heat pump circulates a water/glycol mix through the well to pick up average ground temperature of about 10C [50F] year round.

Very efficient since we are heating from 10C/50F and using the same to cool.