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Auralex

Model SFLAT1114BUR

Internet #203468331

1 ft. W x 1 ft. L x 2 in. H SonoFlat Panels - Burgundy (14-Box)

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Now available in two size options: 1 ft. x 1 ft. x 2 in. or 2 ft. x 2 ft. x 2 in. panels. SonoFlat Panels are available in two size options: 1 ft. x 1 ft. x 2 in. or 2 ft. x 2 ft. x 2 in. panels and made of our industry-leading Studio foam and offer great absorption of mid to high frequencies through an overall NRC rating of 0.95. The edges are beveled, contributing to an elegant look not normally associated with acoustical foam. The panels can be installed easily and arranged in a multitude of attractive patterns. SonoFlats are equally at home in a recording studio or a home theater, offering a unique, sophisticated look and a cost-effective option for realizing accurate sound.

  • High density, open-celled acoustical foam
  • Absorbs mid/high frequency reflections to control the ambience of any room
  • Alleviates flutter echo and slap back
  • Will not deteriorate or crumble apart over time
  • Partially formulated out of soy components to reduce petroleum based chemical usage in an effort to curb dependence on fossil fuels

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December 29, 2015
hello, I'm in need of sound blocking panels, I need to block the noise penetrating form one room to another. what do you suggest? thnx
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December 30, 2015
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Tim,
Unfortunately, absorption panels can help to tame the inner sound reflections within a room, such as echo, reverb, etc. They will do little, if anything, to reduce sound transmission from room-to-room. Sound isolation generally requires construction materials, and may involve remodeling your space. This can be a time consuming and expensive process however, if done correctly; it can be well worth Read More
Tim,
Unfortunately, absorption panels can help to tame the inner sound reflections within a room, such as echo, reverb, etc. They will do little, if anything, to reduce sound transmission from room-to-room. Sound isolation generally requires construction materials, and may involve remodeling your space. This can be a time consuming and expensive process however, if done correctly; it can be well worth the effort. Please refer to www.acoustics101.com, particularly Chapters 3 and 4, for more information regarding sound isolation.
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Scott Williams Read Less
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