- Ready-to-hang, from 2 nails/screws on the wall spaced 50cm (19.7 inches) apart
- High density, 50mm thick, non-flammable mineral wool core
- Available in a soft fleece fabric finish in 6 shades – black, dark grey, light grey, dark brown, light brown and beige
- Can also be ordered with a smooth white fabric cover on which you can paint with water colors or fabric paint
- Digital printing of your own artwork available on request
|Noise Reduction Coefficient:||0.9 (EN ISO 354 / ASTM C 423-01)|
|Composition:||High density mineral wool, medium density fiber board, hardboard and synthetic fabric|
|Fire Retardant Properties:||The Rockwool® core has an A1 (non-combustible) fire classification. The MDF frame, hardboard backing and fabric cover are not fire rated.|
|Available Colors:||Black / Dark Grey / Light Grey / Dark Brown / Light Brown / Beige / White</|
|Dimensions:||62.5 x 122 x 7 cm / 24.5 x 48 x 2.75 inches (Width x Height x Depth)|
|Weight:||8 kg / 17.6 pounds|
A few words about room acoustics
- Before the advent of electronic amplification, large public spaces such as concert halls and churches were deliberately designed to be reverberant. In fact, some such historic venues have become famous and much sought-after for the sonic signature that their characteristic reverberation adds to a musical production.
- But when microphones and speakers are used to record, reproduce, or amplify sound, excessive reverberation leads to a loss of audio clarity and needs to be carefully controlled.
- Reverberation is caused by the reflection of sound waves from hard flat surfaces such as walls, floor and ceiling. These sound waves continue to bounce around the room even after the original sound has stopped. Apart from causing audible echoes and ‘muddy’ sound, these reflections also create standing waves in a room, leading to peaks and dips in the frequency response. The frequencies at which cancellation or reinforcement occur will be dictated by the room dimensions, over which we may not have any control. We can however minimize these unwanted effects by applying sound absorbing materials to the reflective surfaces.
- For most applications, the panels would perform best if installed with the top edge at 6 to 7 feet above the floor. The number of panels required would depend on multiple factors.
- Do feel free to contact us to discuss your requirements and optimum solutions.
- Please note that this product is intended for acoustic treatment of indoor spaces, to improve audio quality within a room. It is NOT meant for soundproofing, which is the prevention of sound propagating from one space to another.