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t.akustik HiLo-N25

Convoluted Foam Absorber

  • Material: HiLo-F acoustic foam made of polyurethane with high rigidity and low density
  • Knob height: 15 mm
  • Total height: 25 mm
  • Gross density 16.5 ± 1.0 kg / m³
  • Compression hardness at 40% deformation: 4.0 ± 0.7 kPa
  • Tensile strength: At least 100 kPa
  • Elongation at break: At least 80%
  • Flame retardant according to MVSS 302 = SE (self-extinguishing)
  • Panel dimensions: 1000 x 500 x 25 mm
  • Price per piece
  • Suitable adhesive: Article no. 481723 (not included)

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Material Acoustic Foam
Colour Grey

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Affordable but not effective
Robert Peterson, 02.08.2021
This absorber does an "ok" job of reducing reflections, but it's not thick enough to reduce the reflections as much as I'd like. If you're going to buy sound reflection absorbers, get something that is thicker than 50 mm.
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It does the job!
29.02.2016
For the price it is an excellent product. I use it in my home studio and I am happy for the result. It doesn't help if you're playing too loud but I didn't expect that. If you want a better result and you are able to pay I suggest the 40 mm. I suppose that is 10 times better because I bought also some of it from a local store but not much because it was too expensive. but if you have a low budget like me this is the perfect solution. For high frequencies it Is exceptional. If you are going to do a better job I suggest you add some bass traps. And finally, there is a number of ways to attach them to the walls or ceiling. That optional glue is a good solution but if you want to attach them temporary you can stick them with some velcro, an idea that I came up with! It is relatively cheap and you can buy it from a local store or online. Also if you go with velcro find an original because you will have troubles with the cheap copies.

Summary :
*perfect for small rooms
* works better with high frequencies than low
*best choice for the price undoubtedly!
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A must for every practice room
Michal3806, 12.09.2015
Old carpets, curtains, even paper egg containers... All that finds its way into rehearsal rooms in a usually vain attempt to improve the room's acoustic and keep the loudness at a reasonable level by damping reflections.

Mind, this particular foam is not professional studio-grade thick, altghough it would certainly help in a small bedroom studio.

But it's cheap and effective to improve any band's rehearsal room which is why I bought several pieces. And it does the job - sound improved immediatelly, it's clearer, more refined and more detailed. Suddenly, people are not trying to overcompensate for not hearing themselves by turning the volume knob to 11.

A word of advice - if you don't have a long-term rehearsing place, you may want to avoid glueing the foam directly to a wall. Instead, use wooden frames or wires to hang them on the wall. This way you'll be able to take them with you anywhere.

In any case, experiement with the placement - every room is different. Also, you don't want to cover the entire surface of all walls and ceiling - some reflections are good for you.
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Nice look, functional
JCBurnett, 22.10.2017
I use these in my home studio along with other types of elements to treat the rooms. There's not too much to say about this product, it makes your studio look more professional and it really helps to improve the sound. Don't even think of putting egg cartons or similar nonsense stuff onto your walls those won't work and look amateur.

For the price this is excellent especially if strategically combined with other materials. Sound wise as well as aesthetically good results.
I will buy more of this product in the future. Recommended.
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