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Soundproof a Room Stage 5 Part 1

Install Low Voltage Lighting

low voltage studio lighting

The low voltage lights were installed immediately after the inner walls were boarded out. The transformer for the lights is located in the ceiling void above the practice room.Low voltage lighting installed

The hooks to support the low voltage light cables are screwed into plasterboard fixings. Later, when the internal insulation and fabric finish is aplied, we will have to cut holes to allow the cables through the fabric.





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