Looks great and helps with early reflections a lot
Placed pairs of Spectrum Studio Tiles 50L on both walls and on a ceiling (as a cloud) with about 80mm gap off the wall to fight early reflections. The gap though not totally unnecessary, worked better on low-mid to mid frequencies.
I emailed EQ Acoustics for information and they were very kind and fast with answers. The core of the panel is 65kg/m3 A Class encapsulated Acoustic glass wool. The build is a bit flimsy, but totally fine as they are very light and easy to hang. EQ Acoustics were very kind and helped me with other acoustics related questions.
I had to scratch my head to figure out how to hang them on the wall, but found everything I needed in the local DIY shop. Ended up screwing styrofoam anchors into the panels and hanged them with anchors in the wall. Works great and looks nice. For ceiling, check the fixtures in accessories on Thomann.
Bottomline: Had a REW room measurement before and after I hanged those and found these are fantastic for early reflections in the listening spot. They look great, canvas on them looks terrific. The price is totally just, especially considering other similar products.
I purchased these for a long, narrow hall that has a tiled floor and plastered walls. The room is used for our church eating together and socialising and the echo was unbearable.
I purchased 6 of these for the 5mx9m room and they have reduced the echo considerably. I think I need two more to really do the job but the panels are too wide to suit the places I could put them. It would be nice if they came with an option that was half as wide.
The quality is very good and they are easy to hang due to the fact that they are so light. The fabric is a bit unimaginative but I guess that helps them to blend into the room better.
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