There are several ways that an air conditioning system can affect an indoor sound system. The air conditioning system will affect the ambient room temperature, the air pressure in a room, the amount of dust in a room, the level of humidity, the growth rate of mildew and the layout for the sound system, which must accommodate the layout for the vents for the air conditioning system. If the ambient room temperature is controlled, then the sound system will not be damaged by too much humidity or by too much heat.
Computerized equipment will not function properly in an extremely hot environment.
Blocked air flow can disrupt air pressure in a room, which can damage delicate sound equipment.
The filters on the duct vents can trap dust from the air.
An air conditioning system can be used to reduce the level of humidity in a room, which will reduce the amount of condensation on sound equipment and also discourage the growth of mildew.
The design of an indoor sound system must accommodate the layout for the ductwork for an air conditioning system.
The professionals at Complete Air Mechanical can evaluate your air conditioning system and also suggest improvements.