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Acoustics First Sonora® Panels Capture Sound

Acoustics First Sonora Acoustical Panels

Sonora panels eliminate sound and reduce reverberation. These acoustical panels are available in many sizes and colors.

Like the dry sands of the Sonoran desert, the Sonora® Series of acoustical panels absorb sound to dry up echo and reverberation. The sound is lost in the landscape of acoustical fibers to improve speech intelligibility and silence room overtones. Removing the excess sound of the room improves the ability of equipment to efficiently produce crystal clear sound. Sonora panels mount to the walls or can be configured as ceiling tiles, baffles or clouds. Available in many standard sizes and colors, they can also be custom cut to meet specific requirements or shaped to create designs to accentuate room décor.

For more information, visit www.AcousticsFirst.com or call Toll Free 888-765-2900 (U.S. more

Video: How Acoustical Panels Improve Sound

Video: How Acoustical Panels Improve Sound

Acoustical Demonstration on Absorption

The awareness of acoustics has dramatically increased over the past ten years. With this awareness, the access to the information on the Internet has also amplified. How does one begin to decipher all of the publications that are now available in magazines and on the World Wide Web? During your research, you may have heard of comb filtering, standing waves and room modes. What do these terms mean and why should I need to know them to understand acoustics? Without using a lot of math or complicated acoustical terms, Acoustics First has produced a video to demonstrate how acoustical panels improve sound within a room. This five-minute demonstration will help you understand that acoustical materials change the physical dynamic of the room to affect sound, in a way that cannot be achieved more

Soundproofing: Using Multiple Materials to Acheive Sound Isolation (Video)

Soundproofing Video

When attempting to soundproof a room, there are various levels of sound isolation and many different types of materials available. How far you go with your construction will depend mostly on they type of sound you wish to abate. The acoustic solution needs to be designed around your specific application. Is it the noise of an industrial plastic shredder or speech from an adjacent office?

A typical wall construction consists of two layers 1/2″ gypsum applied to either side of a 2×4 wood or metal stud. Many of these walls for residential and commercial interiors will lack insulation in the cavities. This type of construction will yield an STC (Sound Transmission Loss) around 31 – 33. By simply adding a layer of fluffy glass fiber insulation to the cavity, the STC will increase by 4-5 points and prevent sonic resonance. Additionally, a layer of mass loaded vinyl barrier more

Building soundproof rooms – Seal all your seams and gaps!

Acoustical Soundproofing Caulk

One-part, nonflammable, latex base acoustical caulk designed specially for the reduction of sound transmission in all types of wall partition systems.

Whether you are building music studios, conference rooms, offices or any space that requires sound privacy, using multiple layers of sheet rock, mass loaded vinyl barrier and resilent channel is a great start to soundproofing. However, no matter how many layers comprise the wall composition, any air gap or a seam will allow sound to spill into or out of the room. This would render all your hard work and labor null and void as well as waste your construction budget. It only takes a very small space to allow a large sound leak. Wall board and vinyl sound barrier are simple to seal correctly using an acoustical sound caulk. Be sure to apply sound sealant to all vertical and horizontal seams as well as the joints at the floor, ceiling and both inside and outside corners. Wall switches and electric outlets also pose a threat to sound leakage. more

Acoustics First improves design of 1014 AcoustiKit™

Acoustics First 1014 AcoustiKit

Quick and easy acoustical treatment for small room critical listening environments

The 1014 AcoustiKit™ is specifically designed to provide the necessary acoustical treatments for a studio control room or a critical listening environment with dimensions up to 10’ wide by 14’ deep. This kit contains 48 pieces of 1’x1’ Cutting Wedge® studio foam to treat the front wall and the first reflection points on the ceiling and side walls. The 1’x1’ dense blade design allows you to create an anechoic parquet pattern or an aesthetic personally tailored to your preference. The Bermuda Triangle Trap® provides broadband absorption and prevents bass build up in the rear corners. This is the only kit to include the patented Model F Art Diffusors®. These professionally designed binary array sound diffusors scatter the sound and aid in creating a space that sounds more

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