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Euphonic Wedge Standard Acoustic Studio Foam Tile Pack

Euphonic Wedge Standard Acoustic Studio Foam Tile Pack
Euphonic Wedge Standard Acoustic Studio Foam Tile Pack Euphonic Wedge Standard Acoustic Studio Foam Tile Pack
Brand: Advanced Acoustics
Product Code: WEDEUPH
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Price: £69.50
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The Euphonic range of acoustic tiles is a very popular choice for studio installers.  The mix of plain faced tiles and profiled tiles is a unique idea that offers outstanding performance for the price and thickness.  It also adds another insight to what acoustic treatment can look like.  By installing clusters of these tiles on the wall you can create a stylish and unique looking studio. But it isn’t just the visual appeal that makes this range of acoustic tiles impressive it’s the performance that comes with it.  The problem with plain faced tiles is that they can look a little bland.  However plain faced tiles will give you better absorption over profiled tiles of the same thickness.  The problem with profiled tiles is that by removing some of the foam from the tile you reduce performance but they look cooler than plain faced acoustic tiles.  So why not combine the two and totally eliminate the problem?

With a total thickness of just 50mm it is amazing that we have been able to get so much absorption from such a thin tile.  This performance doesn’t just come around by chance.  We carefully develop each product to ensure we give you the best absorption possible for the best price possible and if sales of this range are anything to go by, we got this one very right.

The acoustic foam we use conforms to the more stringent fire tests of Crib 5 and Schedule 1, Part 1 of the Furnishings and Furniture Regulations so you will have peace of mind that the product you are using is safe also.  And you also have our guarantee that the foam will stand the test of time.  The colour we use has been carefully selected to ensure that it doesn't quickly discolour or fade over time.  You won't have the problem of the foam crumbling and turning to dust either.  We know that treating your studio is a big investment and we want to make sure that your investment stands the test of time.  The only way to ensure that is by sticking with Advanced Acoustics.  We have many years of experience in acoustic treatment and soundproofing.  Acoustic Treatment and Soundproofing are the only products we deal with.  You won't see us selling any other forms of foam or bedding.  Acoustic foam is all we do and we are very good at it as our outstanding feedback and previous customers will testify.  Our products have been used by a full host of companies including the BBC, Williams F1 Team, McLaren, Cisco, Cadburys and ITN just to mention a few.

This item is kept permanently in stock.  The foam we use is an open cell polyurethane acoustic foam and is available in charcoal only.  A thicker version of this tile is also available.

 

Technical Details

 

 

Individual Acoustic Tile Sizes Available

15” x 15” (381mm x 381mm)

Quantity Of Acoustic Tiles Per Box

24

Total Area Covered Per Box

37.5ft2 (3.48m2)

Acoustic Tile Thickness

Plain - 1” (25mm) at the base, 2” (50mm) at the peak

Profiled – ¾” (20mm) at the base, 1 ½” (40mm) at the peak

Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC)

0.80

Acoustic Foam Colour

Charcoal

Acoustic Foam Density

30 kg/m3

Acoustic Foam Composition

Open Cell Polyurethane Acoustic Foam

Fire Classification

Crib 5 and Schedule 1, Part 1 of the Furnishings and Furniture (fire)(safety) Regulations 1988 (amended 1989)

Profile Description

An evenly mixed box of CNC cut Wedge Profile tiles with 1 ½” between peaks and plain faced tiles with a 450 taper on all 4 sides, 12 tiles of each


 

 

Why You Need Acoustic Foam

Acoustic foam is probably the most important aspect of any studio. It can either make or break a professional or project studio. It doesn't matter how much is spent on recording and monitoring equipment. If the room itself is not treated to its optimum the results will never be as good as they could be. Rooms have their own sound already within the room. While the sound is travelling around the room it will come into contact with different surfaces and other sound waves moving around the room. This means that the room can suffer from a lot of acoustic problems.

These could include;

  • reflections,
  • reverberation,
  • slap echo,
  • flutter echo,
  • poor frequency response,
  • standing waves,
  • boom,
  • and modal problems.

While all these frequencies are bouncing around, clashing into each other the sound waves can change. This totally affects the end result for the negative. You will start off with one sound and end up with another in the recordings. If no acoustic treatment is installed in the studio the reverberation can be so long that practice sessions can be a chore and not a pleasure. Recording will be difficult to control and mixing will be difficult to master. When recording or trying to monitor a recording you want to take the room out of the mix, it needs to be controlled. What you really want and need to hear is the source, whether you are recording or monitoring. What you don't want is the room telling you what to hear and what to record. Imagine the room as a big instrument. If that instrument is not tuned correctly you will only hear an out of tune room, not a room that works in harmony with the recording or sound.

If there are no surfaces in the room where sound waves are absorbed then the results of the recordings will be out of control. By installing acoustic foam the liveliness of the room can be brought under control and the response of the room can be improved. Use of acoustic treatment is the only way you can tell if what you are recording, editing, mixing or monitoring is accurate. Whether you want the room controlled or completely dead, acoustic treatment is the only way to tame the beast that is your room and keep it under control.

An added benefit of installing acoustic treatment is that the environment you are working in is much more improved. You will find yourself in a place that is easier to work in and you will find yourself much more comfortable. This in turn will improve your productivity, creativity and you will gain much more enjoyment out of your room. Acoustic foam is so easy to work with too. It is easy to cut to size and trim. And it can be a very cost effective way of treating your room, especially at Advanced Acoustics. Acoustic foam will reduce the pickup of loose frequencies when recording making the recording and monitoring process much cleaner and defined. This results in more accurate recordings and allows you to hear exactly what is intended to be recorded without the room having an unfavourable effect of the end result.

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