In present study, a 1:4 scaled down model was used to explore the noise reduction across the plenum window with add-in dual staggered scatterer arrays (sonic-crystal). Reverberation time inside the model space was measured firstly to eliminate the effect of the possible reverberation variation on the sound transmission loss of the plenum window. Two sonic-crystal arrays, the two-by-two and two-by-three scatterer arrangements, were adopted for measurement. A total of four arrays was thus tested after the staggering. Computational simulation was conducted for the sound field inside the plenum chamber to study the noise reduction mechanism of the present window system. Results show that the noise reduction of the plenum window was improved by varying degrees due to the placement of the dual staggered sonic-crystal. The Installation of the dual staggered sonic-crystal increased the sound energy reflections out of the plenum window inlet and decreased the sound energy that passed through the plenum window cavity. At the same time, the resonances inside the window cavity also contributed to the sound transmission loss of the plenum window. The noise reduction across the plenum window was enhanced. The improvement was between ~2 to ~2.7 dBA.