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UltraTouch Denim Insulation For Acoustic Panels
Old 25th September 2012
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Gear Head
 
๐ŸŽง 5 years
UltraTouch Denim Insulation For Acoustic Panels

Hi guys I just made 4 acoustic panels by myself. Using Ultratouch Denim Insulation R19 into a 2' x 4' x 3" Frame with Linen on Front and Muslin Cloth on the back. Couldn't find any posts regarding how good ultratouch insulation is. If the product does what they are suppose to do absorb sound or not :(. So i'm posting what you guys think of the panel. Any suggestions would be very helpful. I am going to make 4 to 5 more panels if this is a good way. Thanks for reading and give me some feedbacks Thanks
Old 25th September 2012
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Glenn Kuras's Avatar
 
๐ŸŽง 15 years
3" is not thick enough for low end control which is most important in a small room. I would make them 6" to 10" thick and straddle corners.
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Old 26th September 2012
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Gear Head
 
๐ŸŽง 5 years
Hi Glenn Thanks for the reply. Well the thing is I do not have the basic acoustic treatment in my room. Such as behind the monitors and the side of the wall. The once I just made were for that purpose. Just wanted to know if the once I made were good for those purposes.
Old 26th September 2012
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๐ŸŽง 15 years
They should work for early reflection points.
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