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All our acoustic panels are non-toxic and environment friendly
The high quality acoustic panel are designed by audio engineers that allow anyone who like to improve the sound quality or solve sound issues to save time. Best sound deadening to filter approximately most of the outside noise from entering the room.
Acoustic cell structure is designed to maximize noise absorption.
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Acoustic panels are fire-retardant. It stops fire from spreading and reduces its intensity.
By controlling the sound reflections using absorption panels, you can concentrate on the sound that you would like to hear. Speech intelligibility is particularly critical for effective communication.
Multi-colors and patterns are provided for you to choose from. You can make your own combinations to soundproof and decorate your room at the same time.
In this video, it shows the acoustic test comparison after installed acoustic pyramid across room types: Music Studio, Home Theater, Meeting Room, Indoor Stadium, and Sound Insulation & Vibration
STC (Sound Transmission Class) is a numerical rating of how effective a material blocks the transmission of sound through itself. The rating is applicable for hard materials such as rubberized sound barriers, concrete, brick, and drywall. It also applies to a much lesser degree to softer materials like mineral fiber, with a test as part of a wall system to verify its effectiveness.
Follow the guidelines below to install acoustic panels to your walls step by step.
Follow the instruction in this video to extract the acoustic foam.
Put the Studio Foam out for your specific application. Keep in mind that you want the foam evenly distributed throughout the room.
Measure any areas that need to be field cut on the foam and make the appropriate cuts (examples would be around beams, doorways, or if a short piece is needed). After all the pieces have been field cut, put the material back in the appropriate position on the wall or ceiling and lightly mark the bottom and side of where each piece will be lightly with a pencil to ensure straight application.
There are two ways to put the acoustic foams on the designated wall.
Method 1: Use Arrowzoom Sticky Double Sided Tape. Each foam should use 4 tapes. One for each corner. Once you peel off the sticker, the Acoustic Foams should easily sticky to the surface of your choice.
Method 2: Glue each piece individually with PL Polyurethane Construction Adhesive. Create a perimeter around the outside of the material staying 1 1/2" away from the edge. Create an X pattern across the center of the material.
(Note: Due to Shipping Reason, we do not sell Glue)
Line up the materials on marked lines from Step 3 and press firmly against the material compressing the foam. Repeat step for remaining pieces of foam.
If you are still not sure, feel free to speak to an expert now.