24 Pack- Acoustic Panels Studio Foam Wedges 1" X 12" X 12"


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June 13, 2019 - The best price we've seen on Amazon in the past 12 months was on February 11, 2019. The current price is considered low, it is 2% higher than the cost at its lowest.

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Updated June 13, 2019

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DatePrice ActionChange %Price Level
1 Jun, 2019Price Drop-10.08%low
27 May, 2019Price Increase11.21%highest
20 May, 2019Price Drop-10.08%low
18 Apr, 2019Price Increase11.21%highest
13 Apr, 2019Price Drop-10.08%low
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  • Foamily Brand
  • 24packacousticfoam1 Model Number
  • Categories

    Musical Instruments, Acoustical Treatments, Studio Recording Equipment, Studio Environment

Reddit Reviews and Recommendations

  • 5 Reviews
  • Oct. 22, 2018 Last Review Date
  • Sept. 4, 2016 First Seen Review Date
  • 3 Reviewed on Subreddits

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    malelivingspace (2)
    letsplay (1)

Discussion and Reviews on Reddit

Recommendations for soundproofing [R]

7 months, 3 weeks agoNeilas posted submission on homelab.
Oct. 22, 2018

Hey Homelabbers,

So I'm looking to move my rack into another room of my house, now that my renters have moved out and I'll need recommendations on a solution to help with the noise. Right now I'm running some Ubiquiti networking equipment, an R410, R510, and R720xd (which is the loudest).

I was looking at purchasing these acoustic studio tiles and covering the room in them, but if anyone has any better recommendations, I'm open to them.

Thanks again!

Home network/office upgrades [R]

1 year, 2 months agoswamplander posted submission on homelab.
April 12, 2018
1 year, 2 months agoswamplander posted comment on homelab.
April 12, 2018

Yes... I got it off Amazon (link below) and I used aresol glue to stick it to the walls (it's in an Ikea PAX unit). Yes, the sound has been cut down noticeably. In fact, the loudest thing in the rack is the UniFi 24-port PoE switch... the server is virtually silent as there are only two high performance fans cooling radiators used in the liquid cooling of the dual XEONs.


My Home Studio [R]

2 years, 5 months agoBenkyoushiteimasu posted submission on malelivingspace.
Dec. 16, 2016
2 years, 5 months agoBenkyoushiteimasu posted on malelivingspace.
Dec. 16, 2016

Got them on Amazon. Black and blue. I have them on all four walls of the room, but they're really only good for cutting down on flutter echo in the high frequencies. It helps a little with tracking vocals and light percussion, but the acoustics in this room are still pretty crap for monitoring. Amazon also sells 2" foam which might help with slightly lower frequencies, but it's more expensive.

My Home Studio [R]

2 years, 5 months agoBenkyoushiteimasu posted submission on malelivingspace.
Dec. 16, 2016
2 years, 5 months agoBenkyoushiteimasu posted on malelivingspace.
Dec. 16, 2016

Got them on Amazon. Black and blue.

How do I record around noise outside? [R]

2 years, 9 months agoLarryzaur posted submission on letsplay.
Sept. 4, 2016

There're a few things late summer brings around here--scorching heat, rampant back-to-school sales--but it also brings a lot of insects that make a lot of noise. Cicadas screech at all hours of daylight, and by the time the sun goes down and they shut up, the crickets start making noise. Last year, I was able to work around it by recording at night...but for whatever reason, the crickets are loud enough this year to get picked up by my mic, even when its recording volume is down. And my usual noise reduction process doesn't get rid of the louder chirps!

Does anyone else have a similar problem? Is there anything I can do, other than waiting for one of the other to be less active or just take the hit and hope none of my viewers get too turned off by the intermittent noise that still gets through?

I'm using a Blue Yeti and recording with Audacity, if that helps any.

2 years, 9 months agoLarryzaur posted on letsplay.
Sept. 4, 2016

Most blue yeti's are condenser mics, which are designed to pick up the audio all around it. Using a dynamic mic will help this considerably. (Something like an AT-2020)

Besides that, you can get cheap acoustic foam on Amazon here. Putting this on walls near the door, window, and your mic help wonders.

Another tip that I use (since my family is pretty loud), I have a spare mattress that I put up against my door and area rugs on the wood floors to dampen the sound even more.