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EEVblog #172 - DIY Acoustic Sound Panels

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Published on May 22, 2011

Dave shows you how he built his own acoustic sound absorption panels for his recording studio using Tontine Acoustisorb 3 material.
Data on the material is here:
http://www.tontineinsulation.com.au/t...

Comments • 251

Daryl C Mills
Must admit I had a bit of a laugh - as you were talking about the panels at the start I was thinking what a horrible sounding room - sorry.
Marty Oshinsky
I hear a lot of reverb in that room. Not sure those panels worked so good.
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LEDtest
Wife-approved. Very important!
Mattias Andersson
The sound of the video is kind of a testament to the panels not working very well :(
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Scott Gates
Holy Feck!, fell off my chair when i saw that mitre joint...
JayOneAlumni
you still need more panels but this is a great idea. thanks
nozmoking1
"The wife didn't approve..." Please tell me you didn't actually say that.
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Maseed Productions
Those panels are not deep enough for any effective acoustic treatment.
Joe CHAHINE
At least thumbs up for the Song :P
draxi88
Nice working boots!
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