Bass traps acoustic foam absorbers will minimize standing waves and flutter echoes. The design prevents unwanted reflections and enriches sonic conditions on a comprehensive scale. Acoustic bass absorbers can be use for mastering rooms, home entertainment rooms and concert halls.
Bass absorbers dampen low frequency sound waves by reducing their resonance in rooms. The design prevents unwanted reflections and enriches sonic conditions on a comprehensive scale. Mastering rooms, home entertainment rooms and concert halls are but some of the many spaces in which bass absorbers enhance sound quality. Install the Bass traps next to each other for a flawless look and are a popular choice for sound control in industrial environments. You can expect a full line of high-quality acoustical foams, barrier composites, and sound-absorbing materials. In addition to providing a full range of standard stock items, we are able to manufacture a wide range of different composites.
APPLICATIONS: Residential, Commercial, and Industrial
Lengths: 24”, 48" lengths are also available please contact us for details.
Available Sizes: 6", 8", 10", 12", 14"
* Please note: there may be air holes or “birthmarks” that cannot be controlled or replaced. If you need to see a picture of what it looks like please let us know.
* We vacuum pack the foam to reduce on shipping cost. Please opened package right away and you will need to give the foam 1-2 days to come back to its original shape. It will look a little misshaped and not measure to its correct size until after you let it expand back out.
* To remove the corner blocks/ bass traps off of the wall (without adhesive glue) try to use a steamer and then you may need liquid paint thinner.
Please note: When comparing different types of Acoustic foam with other companies it is most important to look at the density and ILD of the foam. All of our acoustic foam has a 1.7lbs density and ILD of 70.
All Noise Studio Control foam is a California 117 flame retardant specification, class B type. Please look at specs sheet for more details and our disclaimer.
Also, please check your building codes before installing our acoustic foam. Different building codes apply to different locations. Our foam will not pass the E84 Test.