t.akustik SA-P80 6pcs set

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Pyramid Foam

  • Absorber
  • Material: Polyurethane foam
  • Main frequency range: From approx. 1250 Hz
  • Bulk density: 25 kg/m³
  • Compressive hardness at 40% deformation 5.0 ± 0.5 kPa
  • Tensile strength: min. 100 kPa
  • Elongation at break: min. 80%
  • Flame-retardant in accordance to MVSS 302 (flame rate <100 mm / min.), corresponds to DIN 4102 B3 (combustible)
  • Panel dimensions: 1000 x 500 x 80 mm
  • Grooves: 20 mm
  • Knobs: 60 mm
  • Building material class B3, in accordance with DIN 4102
  • Set includes 6 individual panels
  • Suitable adhesive available under Article Nr 177265 (not included, must be ordered separately)
available since July 2017
Item number 415548
sales unit 1 carton(s)
Material Polyurethane
Colour Grey
Dimensions Per Piece 1000 x 500 x 80 mm
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Excellent and reasonably-priced acoustic treatment
The Professor 12.09.2018
I bought these acoustic foam panels to act as the front layer in a set of DIY acoustic absorbtion panels. If you simply glue them to the wall you'll really only succeed in taming the mid- and high-frequencies, and this is rarely going to make your room sound better in isolation; in fact, it usually yields a "boxy" acoustic which is pretty unpleasant. However, as part of a wider-spectrum approach to treatment they can work really well. I built a series of wall absorbers lined with thick acoustic rockwool and felt, and fronted with these foam panels (which made them look very smart); and also used them to cover the front apertures of three bass trap units which I've got hidden away under the desks in my studio. The overall acoustic of the room is vastly improved; just be aware that you'll probably want to employ these alongside, rather than instead of, some other strategies like bass traps and dispersion units.
If you're interested in building your own acoustic traps and panels, you'll save a lot of money overall and be able to tailor the treatment to the shape and character of your own room; I'd really recommend Googling for Sound On Sound magazine's articles on acoustic treatment, which is what I followed in tackling my own studio.
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LovestateRecords 24.11.2021
It's good if you want to dampen the reverberations of your room. The cat will tear it apart easily and it won't be as pretty. Buy Rockwool from the hardware store and make professional panels yourself!
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Nice And Thick,Great audio improvement for a budget
Axlt 04.11.2021
Nice And Thick, Great audio improvement for a budget.recommended for covering large surfaces.
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Good value for money
NejcP 08.03.2019
This foam is much more affordable than its competitors. Despite that it has a good performance. I have almost completely nullified the room echoes with it.
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