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The broadband acoustic bass trap and cloud can be used both as bass traps located in the corners or hang from the ceiling as a sound absorption cloud. The panels are more efficient, more absorptive than acoustic foam, Unlike acoustic foam that has to be glued to the wall, panels can be moved and adjusted as necessary, they will not disintegrate and become brittle over time as acoustic foam does.
Panels can be hang vertically or horizontally as a corner bass trap, or on a wall. Stainless steel S-hooks allow to suspend the panels approximately 3 inches away from the wall or ceiling surface for better acoustics.
Ceiling Sound Baffle allows you to control the noise and reverberation reflected from the ceiling.
Can be hang in straight line or shaped to achieve best acoustic performance.
Made our of Producer’s choice sound absorption material. NRC 0.8 (80%) 6.5 feet long by 1.5 ft wide.
These uniquely designed Free standing Broadband sound absorption panels (Acoustic Gobo) can do it all. Easily move the panels around where movable/temporary acoustic treatment is required. Great for on stage live music band performers to prevent a backslap from brick walls, and on small stages in locations with bad acoustics. Create separation between instruments. Surround yourself with three or more panels to create a vocal booth. Panels can be used as a corner bass trap or Sound Absorption cloud. Treat your first reflection points treatment. Adjust the height to allow for clear line of vision, yet separate the instruments. The panels are portable. and can be taken to a live gig anywhere.
Every element of the fan was crafted to maximize noise reduction. Blades are treated to reduce noise of the Ventilation fan. Special sound proof case reduces the noise emitted by the fan motor. Sound absorption sleeve reduces the noise in the air passing through it. Flexible Air duct allows you direct the air flow inside the booth to where you need it most. Delivers 250 cubic feet of fresh air every minute and no noise.
We offer specially designed window soundproofing curtains, door sound barriers and soundproofing materials to build a DIY vocal booth, sound booth and/or for acoustic room treatment.
You will find the necessary materials to build a sound recording studio from the ground up, or improve soundproofing quality of your existing practice room. We carry soundproofing materials such as Mass Loaded Vinyl (MLV), acoustic foam, sound blankets, advanced acoustic and soundproof panels (combination of Mass Loaded Vinyl and Acoustic foam in one).
Mass Loaded Vinyl (Limp Mass Sound Barrier)
Mass loaded vinyl is one of the highest rated and top selling soundproofing materials on the market today. It was developed as a non-toxic replacement for lead sheeting, which had been used for years as a soundproofing agent. It is a dense, limp-mass vinyl material that is about 6dB more effective than solid lead at stopping the transmission of sound. Mass loaded vinyl consists of a high-grade vinyl material that is impregnated with barium salts and silica (sand) to give it the same characteristics as lead. However, unlike lead sheeting, Mass Loaded Vinyl is completely safe.
The secret to the soundproofing qualities of mass loaded vinyl lie in its sheer mass and ability to block unwanted sound transmission through walls and ceilings. It acts as a thin, dense sound barrier layer in walls, ceilings or floors and is most effective when used as one component of a multi-layered construction scheme. It is recommended that you tape the seams of the mass loaded vinyl only in order to maintain the membrane effect.
The Most Effective Sound Blocker
Mass loaded vinyl has proven itself to be a most effective sound blocking and reflective barrier material. It is the only real alternative to lead sheeting or fiberglass insulation batting. It has surpassed the standards of other popular soundproofing products and remains an economical and effective sound barrier. Mass loaded vinyl is the perfect soundproofing product for vocal booths and recording studio applications. Of equal importance, mass loaded vinyl meets most building codes throughout the United States and Canada.