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Acoustic Panel 1200 x 600mm Beige

Product Code: 465230

A range of high performance fabric covered acoustic panels. 0.6m x 1.2m x 25mm

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Studiospares Acoustic Panel - Beige

The Studiospares Acoustic Panels are of a conventional sandwich structure consisting of a high density fibreglass backing under an Acoustic Core material and finished with a bevelled edge. Working together, these materials are particularly effective in providing an acoustic correction against the frequencies the ear is most sensitive to. They are relatively light so can be easily attached to a wall with the concealed hangers provided. A hardened edge protects the acoustic components against warping and damage. A fabric covering material blends in the decor of the majority of studios.

Also available in Grey Acoustic Panels, and Black Acoustic Panels.

Physical Height: 1200mm
Physical Width: 600mm
Physical Depth: 25mm
Physical Weight: 2kg
Material: Fibreglass
EAN: 5060474470506
MPN: 465230
Customer Reviews
  • Verified Customer
    on 01 October 2011
    Excellent product range in terms of price,Sizes and colours. The mounting kits would have been an extra with other suppliers. I really have no negative comments to make about this product Studio Spares really have got it right with these and should sell bucket loads.
  • Verified Customer
    on 14 August 2011
    I have mounted the panel removably over a window, to reduce sound reflections from the window and maybe reduce noise outside too. The panel's frame is just barely strong enough to take a couple of glued and screwed hooks, for this purpose. The panel is reasonably attractive, in place. I think it does have some acoustic benefit, in my usage, though a smallish panel is never going to make a dramatic improvement on its own.