24 Pack Acoustic Panels Studio Soundproofing Foam Wedges

5 reviews - By: highflow

24 Pack Acoustic Panels Studio Soundproofing Foam Wedges
Sale : $35.99Sold & shipped by Mybecca
About This Item We aim to show you accurate product information. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimer Covers an area of 24 square feet, each Panel is 1 square foot by 1 inch thick This product comes in 24 tiles that are 1 inch in thick with a height and lenght of 1 foot covering an area of 1 square foot each tile. The depth of this foam at 1 inch provides better soundproofing over large areas. Thin foam, over a large area, has less of a chance of distorted and muffling the sounds reverberation. The uniform wedge design help trap airborne noise while alleviating flutter echo and slap back. This foam is ideal for spot-treating production studios, practice rooms or home entertainment centers. Also, this foam helps with smaller agitation echo complications. It is tested to effectively eliminate sound waves and flutter. Purchasing your own foam is the best way to tune your area without hiring a professional acoustician. This Foam will not deteriorate or fall apart over time.
24 Pack Acoustic Panels Studio Soundproofing Foam Wedges



calling these "acoustic panels" is a joke, but not a funny one. so thin you can see light through it. a couple of bucks worth of cheap foam cut to mimic the appearance of actual acoustic panels.


Soundproofing? Not.

Thin foam like this does nothing to soundproof any space. If you want real sound proofing (or music/narration studio sound dampening) you need rock wool. HD will order it for you (Roxul Safe n Sound) and you just have to hammer together some 1x4 frames for it, cover it with cheap fabric, and hang it on the wall. Foam, unless it's like 12 inches thick, does nothing for sound dampening other than look somewhat nice as a pattern.


deadening/proofing not interchangeable terms

I purchased these to reduce noise and improve acoustics in my classroom which has a concrete floor and all hard surfaces after my ceiling panels were inexplicably switched from aucoustic tile to flat, thus turning a pleasant classroom into one where you can't hear clearly so everybody talks louder and louder. Exhausting. For a kid with hearing impairment at all, it is impossible to function. Sound proofing means sound is prevented from passing through a surface or material. These panels are not intended for that purpose. Four stars because I can see no reason for them to be so expensive.


Exactly what I was looking for.

The pictures and descriptions were exactly what I received.


They look good

10/10 IGN