I want to bring my acoustic piano to my bedroom.
My bedroom built like a bomb shelter(the walls materials, the ability to seal the window completely, etc), therefore it's already acoustically isolated.
I have this kind of room:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merkhav_Mugan
So in order to extend my playing time twenty four hours, best thing is to move my piano to my bedroom.
Now for the bad news:
English is not my native language and "bedroom" means literally where I sleep, but I simply live in that room since I was a kid, I have there a PC for all my needs including music production, stereo system for self enjoy music, TV, and I even have there my Kawai MP11SE for silent practice at nights.
So this is where I live, and now when I'll move there my acoustic piano, I'll be there much more.
So there is also an air conditioner for self convenience in that room.
If wind directed on the piano can harm the piano, I can ensure no wind from the air conditioner will touch the piano(minimal vent effect plus vent direction).
But what about the fact that I just want to use the air conditioner when I happen to be in the room and It's too cold or too hot?
How can it damage the piano and what can I do in order to prevent it?
Now about humidity - The air conditioner I can buy doesn't include humidity control(need to replace current air conditioner anyway in order to minimize wind\vent effect).
If I'll come to conclusion that I need humidity control, can I install it separately?
What do I need to know about humidity in a piano room?
Two things to consider about humidity in my future piano room are:
1. I live in a coastal city, I'm not really live right in the beach, but I can see the port from my window very good, with all the ships and so.
2. As I said the room is built like a bomb shelter, and I know it DOES affect humidity in the room, but I don't know exactly how.
I hope someone here can explain about humidity in bomb shelters.