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t.akustik HiLo-P80


Pyramid Foam Absorber

  • Material: HiLo-F acoustic foam made of polyurethane with high rigidity and low density
  • Pyramid height: 60 mm
  • Total height: 80 mm
  • Bulk 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 in accordance with MVSS 302 = SE (self-extinguishing)
  • Panel dimensions: 1000 x 500 x 80 mm
  • Price per piece
  • Suitable adhesive: Article no.


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Material Acoustic Foam
Colour Grey
Item number 315594
12,50 €
Including VAT; Excluding 20 € shipping
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Does the job
G-MEC 01.10.2020
Works well as a broadband absorber!

Great price/quality.

Not aesthetically high end but you can live with it.

For those complaining about low frequencies and soundproofing, get your act together - This is not a bass trap and you won't be able to soundproof a room simply by slapping stuff on the walls.


Great For home studios
Darren O. 10.07.2015
Not for sound proofing!

So i bought 2 sheets of this to make a microphone shield and some other stuff. I ended up having a spare sheet so i put it up on the wall which looks great and is quite useful.

Before i built the mic shield i put my amp into a box and padded up the inside of the box with the foam and tracked some guitar. It work well stopping reflections and minimizing outside noise.

I also tracked some vocals with a sheet up on the wall and the mic in front on the foam, which also work extremely well to my ears with no audible reflections.

I then tested the frequency response of my vocal microphone without any foam in the room and then the foam in front of the the microphone.

My results were almost identical form 0hz to 15khz.

This foam is mostly useful for targeting to those higher frequencies. If your looking for something to kill room modes or sound proofing, look else where.

If you are looking for something to use in an isolation box or a cool decoration or to dampen reflections this is a good starting point.


Surprisingly efficient damping!
Johannes924 28.04.2017
Honestly I didn't expect much, but they were cheap and I figured they at least wouldn't make the acoustic properties of my smallish home studio any worse. In parallel with purchasing these panels, I built myself a couple of large corner basstraps using heavy rockwool, and I did quite a bit of testing to find the best placement on walls and ceiling. Combined the acoustic treatment of my studio has done wonders, and the previous nasty echoes are gone. We now use the studio for band rehearsals, recording and mixing, and the sound is a lot more balanced than it used to be. Even drum recordings sound sound pretty darn good!

One warning: They are somewhat delicate and will rip when abused!


Cheap but good quality acoustic foam!
Anonymous 19.10.2014
I bought this foam to place to the sides and behind my studio monitors to try and soak up some extra bass frequencies that would collect in my room.

At under £8 a tile (which is a meter long!) it was well worth the money. When i opened the package I was surprised to find out how thick the foam was, the t.akustik panels are some of the best around for their price!

once up on my walls (using sticky backed Velcro - I recommend the EQ Acoustics one that can be purchased here) there was a very noticeable difference. £8 for better frequency response in my room is amazing!


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