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Acoustic metamaterials: Solution for noisy neighbors?

Rich Pell
2/24/2010 06:00 PM EST

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ReneCardenas
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re: Acoustic metamaterials: Solution for noisy neighbors?
ReneCardenas   10/25/2010 8:15:07 PM
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Sometimes the simplest solutions are the most effective ones, having good neighbor relations are great but when everything else fails, rental agreements should protect you during normal sleeping hours. If everything else fails, how about some reverse therapy, leave your stereo at full blast during the neighbor’s “sleeping schedule”, that I gather is not share with your sleeping hours.

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AvisAustin   9/21/2010 5:51:14 AM
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I also agree to you both.great post! www.americaneducationservices.us

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AvisAustin   9/21/2010 5:50:41 AM
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I also agree to you both.great post! http://americaneducationservices.us

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rpell   2/27/2010 4:05:52 PM
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Yes, mine too. And the situation did improve quite a bit after I filed a formal complaint some time ago. But there are still occasional incidents, such as the one I described. For now, however, I'm trying to resolve them directly with my neighbor (at his request).

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bcarso   2/25/2010 9:38:06 AM
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What about your rental agreements? Mine is quite explicit in precluding noise making regardless of the hour.

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