The Benefits Of Acoustic Panels

March 17, 2017 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Home Improvement,Interior Design

Soundproofing your room, be it the ceiling, walls or floors can be easily done. Most of the material is available online or at stores. Commonly used material for soundproofing includes vinyl mats, cotton batting, quilt, thick foam and acoustic panels.

Acoustic panels are easy to install and are only fitted on the outside of the wall. With acoustic panels, you also do not have to worry about hiding them, as they are made of material that looks good on your walls. They come in a range of designs and styles and vary from fabric-based panels to printed fabric as well as the micro-suede type.

The acoustic panels are made out of fiberglass and then framed in a fabric of your choice. If you want them to be made moveable, that too is possible. All you need to do is use a stand and put them up wherever you need it. The panels come in varying thicknesses to suit your sound proofing needs. Remember, the thicker acoustic panels can absorb bass a lot better than a thinner panel.

Installing acoustic panels in any room will ensure that sound is absorbed, while noise is controlled. Used in recording studios, the panels ensure that the sound in the room is clear and crisp sounding while home theatres with acoustic panels create the atmosphere of a cinema, ensuring good sound quality.

Sizes of acoustic panels vary from the minimum standard size of 2″x 4″ and the maximum size is 48″ x 120″. The thickness of panels range between ¾ inches to 3 inches.

The Benefits Of Acoustic Panels