Acoustic PlacementStrategically Setting Up Acoustic Placement for Optimal Sound Control and Immersive Listening Experience.

  • Maximize Sound Control: Reduce primary reflections from walls with professional-grade acoustic foam.

Optimal Positioning

Place acoustic foam on the walls at a height that aligns with the primary reflection points. These are typically at ear level when you are in your listening or seating position. By targeting the areas where direct reflections occur, you can effectively reduce the impact of those reflections and improve the clarity of the sound.

  • Reflection Point

    To eliminate noticeable echoes and reduce the amount of time sound lingers in a space, it is necessary to address the reflection points by applying absorption or diffusion treatments.

  • By addressing the reflection points with absorption or diffusion treatment, we can effectively eliminate noticeable echoes and reduce the lingering of sound in a space. This leads to improved sound quality, clearer audio recordings, and a more controlled acoustic environment in studios and other audio-related settings.

  • Focal Point

    The relationship between speaker placement and the focal point in an equilateral triangle setup is crucial for achieving optimal stereo sound. In this configuration, the left and right speakers are positioned an equal distance from the listener, forming an equilateral triangle with the listener at the focal point. The speakers should be angled inward at approximately 60 degrees towards the listener, creating a balanced and immersive soundstage.

  • Primary Reflcetion

    Install acoustic panels on the side walls atthe reflection points to reduce the impact of primary reflections. Ensure thepanels are securely mounted and properly aligned with the reflection points for optimal effectiveness. When installing the acoustic panels, it is important to ensure that they are securely mounted and properly aligned with the reflection points. This ensures optimal effectiveness in absorbing and diffusing the sound waves.

  • Rear Wall Reflection

    Assess the rear wall behind your listening or recording position for potential reflections.Place acoustic panels on the rear wall to absorb early wall reflections and prevent them from reaching your ears. Distribute the panels evenly across the rear wall, considering the dimensions and layout of your space. The efficiency of placing acoustic foam on the rear wall can be influenced by the specific characteristics of the room. Factors such as room size and shape.

  • Rear Back Wall Reflection

    Identify the reflection points on the back rear wall. These are the spots where the sound waves from the speakers bounce off the wall and create reflections. The reflection points are typically located directly behind the speakers and can be found by imagining a straight line extending from the speakers to the rear wall. This helps to minimize the reflections and ensures that the sound reaches the listener directly without significant interference from the rear wall.

  • Please follow the instructions below for installing our acoustic foam panels on walls or other surfaces.

Soundproofing Made Simple
A Step-by-Step Installation Guide for Acoustic Foam, Ensuring Seamless Application and Superior Sound Control

Please follow the instructions below for installing our acoustic foam panels on walls or other surfaces.

  • Unpack the acoustic foam and gently massage it for easier expansion, achieving optimal soundproofing

  • Place the foam in a well-ventilated area and allow it to expand naturally.

  • Take your measurements and mark out the area on the wall where you want to install the foam.

  • Clean the surface where you will be placing it. This will ensure that the foam adheres properly.

  • Peel off the backing from the acoustic foam stickers to expose the adhesive.

  • Carefully position the5 stickers to the centerand all corners of thefoam, following theinstructions fromstep 6.

  • Sticker placement Carefully position the 5 stickers to the center and all corners of the foam, following the instructions from step 6.

  • Remove the paper tab from the stickers.Carefully press the foam panels onto the surface,Press down firmly to ensure the foam adheres properly.