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24-Pack Mybecca Acoustic Panels Studio Foam Wedges 1"X12"X12"

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Mybecca via Walmart has various Mybecca Acoustic Panels Studio Foam Wedges on sale below. Shipping is free. Thanks RCR700
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Please excuse me if I did any of this wrong as I am new to this!

Stumbled across this deal while looking for something to reduce the noise for my room! Checked out the reviews and they seem relatively solid for what they are. However, these do not include any of the adhesives or mounting materials you will need to attach these to your wall.

Available here from the third party at Walmart:
[url]https://www.walmart.com/ip/24-Pack-Acoustic-Panels-Studio-Soundproofing-Foam-Wedges-1-X-12-X-12/187922599?/url]

Reviews & Other Purchase Location/Options:

https://www.amazon.com/12-Pack-Ac...RCY2M0BNA1

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The only decent way to judge these things is by the NRC value, and I didn't see that. Fiberglass will get you about a .9 at 2", and .75 at 1" thick.
These do NOT 'soundproof'. They make things sound better IN THE ROOM YOU ARE IN, and do next to nothing for noise control - the transfer of sound from one room to another.
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Exactly. Clap your hands. Hear that echo? This foam might help with that... maybe.

The 12ft x 15ft room I am sitting in has 192 square feet of 1", unfaced Owens Corning 703. The panels were professionally made, are wrapped in ultra-premium muslin fabric, and are mounted 1" off the wall. 12 @ 3ft x 5ft, 1 @ 1.5ft x 8ft. At $35 / square foot, these panels actually sold for $6,720 (in 2009).

They do an amazing job at killing reflections in my room, but I still hear every car that drives past.

(BTW, I paid nowhere near $7k. They were meant for a $10M public library, but the manufacturer made them a couple inches too big in one direction. The were unusable, and would have cost more to ship back than than what they were worth. Local insulation supplier had 'em on a palette in their warehouse, and I was in the right place at the right time. The guy said to make an offer, and I said $300 cash for 200 square feet-- about 1/3 of what he had. I saved $6,420, the slickest deal I've ever gotten.)
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A few of these, a Blue Yeti, and a bottle of Xanax and I can finally launch my Pirate NPR station.
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Not a bad deal for foam but I wish it was denser. 1in thick spongy foam isn't going to do much for me. I guess it might do something for you if you have flat solid walls that reflect and echo? Otherwise it looks like decoration. I'd like to see more of these deals on thick and denser acoustic foam!
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The only decent way to judge these things is by the NRC value, and I didn't see that. Fiberglass will get you about a .9 at 2", and .75 at 1" thick.
These do NOT 'soundproof'. They make things sound better IN THE ROOM YOU ARE IN, and do next to nothing for noise control - the transfer of sound from one room to another.
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in for 1 set. thanks!
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Been mulling these over for a while. Bit the bullet, thanks.
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15.99 at Amazon link at this time
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A few of these, a Blue Yeti, and a bottle of Xanax and I can finally launch my Pirate NPR station.
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Reviews & Other Purchase Location/Options:

https://www.amazon.com/12-Pack-Ac...RCY2M0BNA1
Odd listing. They (all same seller and same item) has one listed for $14.99 (FBM), $15.99 (FBA) and $16.99 (FBM).
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15.99 at Amazon link at this time
Thats for a 12 pack
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revised title. Remove soundproofing and add sound deadening
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The only decent way to judge these things is by the NRC value, and I didn't see that. Fiberglass will get you about a .9 at 2", and .75 at 1" thick.
These do NOT 'soundproof'. They make things sound better IN THE ROOM YOU ARE IN, and do next to nothing for noise control - the transfer of sound from one room to another.
Exactly. Clap your hands. Hear that echo? This foam might help with that... maybe.

The 12ft x 15ft room I am sitting in has 192 square feet of 1", unfaced Owens Corning 703. The panels were professionally made, are wrapped in ultra-premium muslin fabric, and are mounted 1" off the wall. 12 @ 3ft x 5ft, 1 @ 1.5ft x 8ft. At $35 / square foot, these panels actually sold for $6,720 (in 2009).

They do an amazing job at killing reflections in my room, but I still hear every car that drives past.

(BTW, I paid nowhere near $7k. They were meant for a $10M public library, but the manufacturer made them a couple inches too big in one direction. The were unusable, and would have cost more to ship back than than what they were worth. Local insulation supplier had 'em on a palette in their warehouse, and I was in the right place at the right time. The guy said to make an offer, and I said $300 cash for 200 square feet-- about 1/3 of what he had. I saved $6,420, the slickest deal I've ever gotten.)
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I'm building a movie room in the basement and there's terrible echo. I was thinking of getting something like this, or cutting up those cheap foam pads, or even just putting up low pile carpet on the walls. Gonna see if this is more cost effective per square footage.
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People... there is something called acoustic resonance. Acoustics are so important in recording.

Basically, this is not for soundproofing. This is for acoustics.

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I'm building a movie room in the basement and there's terrible echo. I was thinking of getting something like this, or cutting up those cheap foam pads, or even just putting up low pile carpet on the walls. Gonna see if this is more cost effective per square footage.

If you're handy, building custom fiberglass panels via YouTube etc and placing them by design in the corners of the room will alleviate this issue Smilie
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