12 Pack- Acoustic Panels Studio Foam Wedges 1" X 12" X 12"
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- Each WEDGE comes uncompressed and in prime condition! The Wedges in the photo will be exactly what you get.
- Great for spot treating walls in your studio or office - For use in recording studios, control rooms, Offices home studios, home entertainment theaters, Home Offices
- 12 Pack covers 12 square feet - Each tile is 1 square foot of 1 inch thick acoustic wedge
- For professional acoustic control - Reduce waves, reverb and flutter echoes in smaller to medium sized rooms.
- MADE IN USA - Fire Retardant: CA Technical Bulletin 117
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This product is best for when absolute sound deadening is not required, but moderate deadening is desired. PRODUCT IS SHIPPED AS 6 TILES, EACH TILE IS 2 WEDGES - SEE 4TH PICTURE. Use: Perfect for use on walls, ceilings, doors, windows etc. Anywhere to help block sound and prevent echoes inside the room. MADE IN USA
Top Customer Reviews
When it came time to affix these to the walls, I poured over YouTube videos and discussion threads. I needed to avoid damage to my rented walls. I was primarily concerned with how to get whatever adhesive I used to stay fastened to the porous foam. The goal was to use Command Strips to fasten to the wall and use some other adhesive to create a bonding surface on the foam to attach the Command Strips to. I tried tacky glue (fail: never dries), super glue (fail: eats the foam without creating a bond) and duct tape (fail: sticks at first, then peels off easily after 5 minutes).
The final solution was much easier than expected: just use Command Strips. They work perfectly on their own. First attach 2 strips to the upper corners of a foam square, pressing them into the foam as firmly as you can for about 10 seconds. This creates a PERMANENT bond between the strips and the foam. This bond is so secure that attempting to remove the strip will cause a perfectly strip-sized portion of the foam to come off. Then simply press the foam squares to the wall. Done. Works perfectly. The foam stays attached and finishing the job is QUICK.
Excellent value for budget acoustic treatment.
What I did to hang mine safely without causing damage to the walls: I purchased 12"x12" Medium Weight Chipboard sheets and used 3M spray adhesive to stick the foam to the board. Then, I used 1 4lb rated velcro command strip (per each panel) and put it on the wall. It's holding fairly well, and because it's a velcro command strip, you can make slight adjustments as needed.
Doing some tests I noticed noise wasn't reduced from any fans in the room, but it did get rid of a bit of reverbing. When clapping, it produced a metalic sounding echo without the foam. When putting it inside the foam, it had no echo.
Audio with these definitely sounds more "studio quality" than just your bedroom, definitely better than nothing, but price to effectiveness-wise I would recommend upgrading your mixer or mic if you can, these just "compliment" them.
Good, cheap buy!