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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Aguyfromsomwhere Best money spent!!!
I have a noisy blower for my a/c next to the living room. I have looked and researched to find some solution to fix this awful noise coming into the room when the a/c would turn on. So after debating I decided for the money I would give it a try. Upon getting the package everything was packed neat with the 3M tape stuck between two panels. For my application the 3M command strips were not going to do the job of securing it to a a/c duct. So I bought 15lb double sided tape for outdoor use. secured the panels where I needed them and turned on the a/c. It cut the noise down easily by 20dbm!!! I very happy with this product and would buy it again!
October 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by TimNH A perfect solution to absorb the volume of a guitar amp.
Building an isolation box for a guitar amplifier, I needed a material that meets several criteria; must absorb sound of a guitar amplifier without reflection the sound, must not be bulky, must be easy to cut and install, must retain it’s shape. This met all of the criteria. The result was great! Now the guitar amp can push a strong signal without a loud stage volume and the sound engineer can control the volume to create a great sound mix. All are happy!
November 14, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by behindschedule An economical and effective alternative.
I installed these acoustic panels in my 360 sq. ft. in-home rehearsal studio. They are easy to install and can be easily moved if adjustments are necessary. The guys in the band noticed a definite improvement in sound quality. The panels are made from recycled materials and I`ve notice that the density is inconsistent in about 10% of the panels. This did not prevent me from re-ordering, but I felt that this was worth mentioning.
Overall, I am pleased with this purchase and would recommend these panels to anyone that wants to improve the acoustic quality in any number of applications.
January 28, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by SMOKER1 Probably works well but too ugly to hang in a living space
These panels- described as decorative- are anything but! They are made from flocked flannel and seem to have been collected from the lint catcher in your dryer over a few years. The density of the material likely absorbs sound efficiently but they are so flimsy that they shed fibers immediately and so must NOT be contacted. They will gather dust like a magnet but will not give it up without destroying the panel. The edges are unfinished and exposed. I think these would be great in a utility room or inside of an enclosure. Hanging them on a wall in a room where people will see them seems far fetched.
February 10, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by alynae7 Works for now, but not a permanent solution
I would recommend this product to someone who is looking for a temporary fix to sound proof a sound space. However, this product does look somewhat like dryer lint molded into square. Also, the 3M strips that is came with did not accurately hold the panels on the wall. Some of them worked ok, others we had to replace. This is a nice temporary solution for our "phone booth" rooms in our office.
October 8, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by CaliforniaGuy Works great! Reduced the furnace fan noise in living room
I had noise problem in my living room due to the return air duct located near the bottom and the furnace right next to the wall in the garage. Installed 4 of these panels in the return air passage and a couple on the garage wall outside near the furnace. The noise from the furnace fan has reduced noticeably and now we don't have to keep changing the TV volume when the furnace turns on or off. Ordering one more set to make the proofing even better.
January 31, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by carl Quiet Loud Furnace
New furnace was sending a lot of noise into living room through return air duct. I glued 6 of these panels into the duct and the noise has been reduced by at least half. So I'm very pleased.
January 1, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by TrainerDude Blocks sound well!
I teach classes from home, and I wanted to make it easy for my wife to do what she wanted without worrying about disturbing me. I made these into a 4'x4' panel, adhering them to a piece of foam, and put the logo of the company I am teaching for in the front. Blocks a lot of sound.
July 15, 2014