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Published on Dec 7, 2013

The FB/E (Francis Buckley/Equator) Sound Abatement Panels

In order to maximize the recording or mixing result, sound reflections from existing walls and or ceiling need to be prevented from negatively infecting the listening position.
The FB/E (Francis Buckley/Equator) Sound Abatement Panels Feature:

*2" High- density cotton material for maximum absorption with no carcinogenic risk, i.e.: no fiberglass.

*Effectively absorbs unwanted reflections that can interfere with the mix position.

*Light weight 1' x 2' panels allow for easy, cost effective placement in multiple reflective locations.

A Noise Reduction Coefficient (abbreviated NRC) is a value given to a sound energy when it strikes a particular surface.

A lower NRC number indicates more reflection and the less absorption. A higher number indicates less reflection and greater absorption. An NRC of 0 indicates an unaffected, perfect reflection; an NRC of 1 indicates perfect absorption. Because of the formulas used, the coefficient is not a percentage and as such; values larger than one are possible. Those values indicate additional absorption beyond complete.

The FB/E 1' x 2' Sound Abatement Panels feature a 2", 2 pound density, layered cotton absorption material with an NRC rating of 1.05

Another method of rating the absorption properties of material is the Sound Absorption Average (SAA) which averages one-third octave bands.

The FB/E 1' x 2' Sound Abatement Panels have an SAA rating of 1.04

The 1/3 octave ratings are:

125 - 0.27

250 - 0.87

500 - 1.17

1000 - 1.15

2000 - 0.96

4000 - 1.00


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