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December 16, 2009

Sonex Acoustical Panels

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Soundproofing your home and soundproofing a music studio are two very different types of project. While you may be able to get away with a small percentage of sound seeping through your home soundproofing project, the work you do for acoustical studios is quite a bit different and the work must be that much more exact. If this is the case, you may want to consider incorporating Sonex Acoustical Panels into your soundproofing project.

Installing Sonex Acoustical Panels

Installing Sonex Acoustical Panels is essential to the success of any acoustic sound control project. The foam panels will stop sound from reverberating around a room, allowing the sound to come directly from your microphone and speakers without any interference.

Check out this video for a demonstration of the easy installation of Sonex Acoustical panel installation.

As you can see, installing these panels is incredibly easy and only requires the use of a small amount of glue or acoustical caulk. The foam panels weigh under 1 pound each, so very little glue is required to adhere them to the surface you want to control.

Sonex Acoustical Panel Components

Sonex Acoustical Panels are made out of a specially manufactured poly foam material. They are etched with a positive and negative pattern that should be matched as you place the panels next to each other on the wall. The absorbant material offers almost 300% more soundproofing surface than traditional soundproofing materials like acoustical ceiling tiles or cork boards.

These specialized acoustical panels come in two sizes. Th classic panels come are 24″ x 48″ x2″ thick while the junior panels are 24″x24″x2″ thick. Sonex Acoustical Panels have a Class A fire rating, meaning they are incredibly safe to use in any environment.

Ready to take your soundproofing skills to the next level? Incorporate Sonex Acoustical Panels into your next acoustical project and you’ll be amazed at the results you achieve!

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