2x12x12 (12 Pk) BURGUNDY/CHARCOAL Acoustic Wedge Soundproofing Studio Foam Tiles Reviews

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2x12x12 (12 Pk) BURGUNDY/CHARCOAL Acoustic Wedge Soundproofing Studio Foam Tiles

2x12x12 (12 Pk) BURGUNDY/CHARCOAL Acoustic Wedge Soundproofing Studio Foam Tiles

  • Pack of 12. Covers 12 sq. ft.
  • Effective against standing waves and flutter echoes in most small-to-medium sized rooms.
  • For use in vocal booths, control rooms and studios. Overall NRC: 0.65
  • Functions as a full frequency bandwidth absorber for any size room when used in conjunction with corner bass absorbers and male/female broadband absorbers.

SoundproofStore offers specially made foam to withstand elements like harsh, direct lighting, the physical contact of manual handling, and of course, sound waves. Unlike other brands, our soundproofing foam will never crumble or harden, so the only cleaning required is the occasional vacuuming of dust. You can trust that our foam will remain soft and in sound acoustical condition for years to come. All our soundproofing foam is cut and angled with nearly 100 percent accuracy, leaving you with cl

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3 Responses to “2x12x12 (12 Pk) BURGUNDY/CHARCOAL Acoustic Wedge Soundproofing Studio Foam Tiles Reviews”

  1. 1
    GeniusMcAwesome Says:

    85 of 90 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good Buy for the money, April 26, 2014
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    This review is from: 2x12x12 (12 Pk) BURGUNDY/CHARCOAL Acoustic Wedge Soundproofing Studio Foam Tiles (Electronics)
    12 1ft by 1ft panels. 2 inch thick acoustic wedge foam. Good for taking out some high echos. You should also purchase some bass traps for your corners if you are trying to put up acoustic treatment. Bass traps will balance out the range of sound with these.

    Several color combo’s to choose from to suit your taste.

    I am not in a square or rectangular room. I am in a 10ft x 15ft, 5 walled space 1 10ft wall, 1 15ft wall, and 3 5 foot walls angled.
    I originally purchased two 12 packs and put up two 3×3 sections and 1 2×3 section. I will be purchasing another 2 12 packs which should sufficiently treat my space.

    Important note: These are not soundproofing, these are acoustic treatment. Don’t listen to anybody saying that they soundproofed anything with acoustic foam, because they didn’t. Sound proofing insulation has to be installed in walls, floors, and ceilings during the construction process.

    PRO ADVICE, don’t go overboard with these. You will see YouTube videos where guys are covering their walls with similar panels. Some of these people look like they have a ton of expensive equipment (“Yeah bro I’m a producer/DJ/ blah blah blah”) and one may readily assume that they know what they’re doing. But many of them DON’T. You don’t want to KILL all the sound waves in your room, you simply want to treat the room to the desired effect. If you cover all your walls, it will sound muddy because you’re deadening all of the high end frequencies.

    Not everything is recorded in a dry space like many people think. Bad recordings are obvious when vocals sound like they were sung in a closet because DJ Idiot covered his room floor to ceiling in foam. A good recording always starts with the right space, and sometimes you need some of the presence of the room.

    Follow these steps to judge your needs:

    1. If you have hardwood floors, put down carpet or rugs first.
    2. Put heavy noise reducing curtains over any windows.
    Then evaluate the acoustic properties of the room, based on your desired use. If you just want a space for listening to music, then you don’t want to treat the space as though you will be banging away on a drumset. And vice versa.
    3. If your space has drywall, put each panel up with small pushpins, before you do anything permanent like spray adhesive.
    If it’s not drywall, find a temporary way to put them up. This will let you move them around to find the perfect arrangement of panels, traps, broadband absorbers, BEFORE you make it permanent.
    Again, it’s about treating the space, not killing it. So find the best arrangement.
    I keep my panels held up with small, unnoticeable pins, and should I ever decide to move or change spaces I can take my foam with me.

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    Brian Says:

    44 of 46 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The bag it came in had me worried, January 24, 2014
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    This review is from: 2x12x12 (12 Pk) BURGUNDY/CHARCOAL Acoustic Wedge Soundproofing Studio Foam Tiles (Electronics)
    I thought it would ship in a box but instead it was simply extremely squished into a plastic bag and rolled up into a tiny ball using ropes to hold it all together.
    I had a heart attack just looking at it. especially the super deep crease that was created by the 2 thin ropes holding the ball together.

    before opening i started snapping pictures like crazy as proof to get ready and return for a refund or replacement. To my surprise, once the ropes were cut off and the ball unraveled, the entire thing popped right back into place. Even the creases were gone.

    Looks great and does the job helping with the echo in my home theater

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    David Chadwick Says:

    45 of 55 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works very well, September 3, 2013
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    This review is from: 2x12x12 (12 Pk) BURGUNDY/CHARCOAL Acoustic Wedge Soundproofing Studio Foam Tiles (Electronics)
    Purchased these for a my dorm room to block out sound (to not be “that guy” who’s always loud). Mounting these wasn’t super easy but in no way difficult. Best advice is to have a piece of cardboard and attach them with fasteners/paperclips/staples/anything but tape. Works very well and cancels almost all of the noise between the rooms!

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