Surfing the Net for Soundproofing Help?

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2013 Acoustical panels, sound insulation material, common wall noise, echo problems, crowd noise, loud spaces and a plethora of other soundproofing related search terms are keyed in daily into the Google search box as customers seek help to resolve their noise issues.   While there is a great wealth of helpful  on the…

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9 Tips For Choosing Sound Panels

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2013 If you are experiencing unwelcome levels of noise in your space, and want to lower the level of echo, a series of wall or ceiling mounted sound panels is your answer.   Place them in your room, they’ll absorb echoes, lower noise levels, and deliver back great quality sound.   Here are 9…

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Blocking Noise Through A Wall

THURSDAY, MAY 16, 2013 Most common walls are built with a frame…metal in commercial settings / wood in residential settings…with drywall affixed to both sides of the frame.   With or without the batting insulation lined between the studs, the framing becomes the equivalent to a string pulled tight between two coffee cans.   As air borne…

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How Do Sound Panels Work?

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 2013 Sound panels are made of core material designed to captured and convert unwanted sound wave reflections within a room.   This lowers the level of ambient echo within a space, and in turn produces greater clarity to original sound.  As a result, music sounds better, human voice is more intelligible, crowd noise…

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Sound Panels: Location vs Quantity

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 2013 Think of standing in the center of a room and blowing up a balloon until the skin of the balloon starts to touch the perimeter wall and ceiling surfaces in that room.   This is how sound waves emanate from a sound source.   Within a millisecond, every square foot of surface space…

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How to Lower Excessive Background Noise

Whether seated in a noisy restaurant, a gym filled to capacity rooting on their home team, or a preschool filled with toddlers and loud kids, the noise that our ear drum experiences is a combination of both original sound and reflected sound.   The soundproofing treatments in the marketplace do less to combat the original sound…

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Buying Soundproofing Products Online

It is often hard to imagine for a new client that calls in randomly off Google that an online website can help resolve a sound/noise related problem.    The key, we tell them, is to remember that online resources aren’t about producing a “cure” to the noise, but simply gaining more “control” over it.   To produce this net effect,

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How to Pick a Soundproofing Supplier

The internet is jam packed with soundproofing companies vying for your business.   Prior to the internet explosion, there were a handful of suppliers around the country that all had easy access to most of the commercial and industrial sound abatement projects.   With the advent of the internet, comes a flock of

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