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Discussion in 'Recording' started by mcasci2, Jul 4, 2004.

  1. mcasci2

    mcasci2 Guest

    i'm trying so get as close as possible soundproofing my studio from the control room i was wondering if anyone has heard of this material or what you think about it

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=3278&item=3732182561&rd=1

    thank you
     
  2. djui5

    djui5 Guest

    looks like a big packing blanket



    Which is essentially what it is...an overpriced packing blanket.
     
  3. wayne

    wayne Guest

    This is from their site:

    ABSORPTION DATA
    1/3 OCTAVE ABSORPTION TOTAL ABSORPTION
    CENTER FREQ COEFFICIENT
    (Hz)
    100.0 -- 0.04
    125.0 -- 0.03
    160.0 -- 0.07
    200.0 -- 0.12
    250.0 -- 0.30
    315.0 -- 0.38
    400.0 -- 0.49
    500.0 -- 0.64
    630.0 -- 0.79
    800.0 -- 0.89
    1000.0 -- 0.97
    1250.0 -- 1.01
    1600.0 -- 0.98
    2000.0 -- 0.94
    2500.0-- 0.89
    3150.0 -- 0.87
    4000.0 -- 0.89
    5000.0-- 0.88

    Wayne
     
  4. mcasci2

    mcasci2 Guest

    wayne

    sorry wayne, pretty new at this, i honestly dont know if thats good or bad. any help is appreciated
     
  5. Kurt Foster

    Kurt Foster Distinguished Member

    Those are COEFFICIENTS ... Total absorption would be a Coeffecient of 1.0 ...

    At any rate .. it's not very good for low end problems but ok for upper mids and highs.. which is exactly what one would expect from a packing blanket..

    You can purchase packing blankets for about $15 to $20 each at the local U Haul store or Home Depot.. Markertek also has them http://www.markertek.com
     

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