Where to sell acoustic panels?

Discussion in 'Location Recording' started by bigsphinx, Nov 9, 2015.

  1. bigsphinx

    bigsphinx Active Member

    I just closed my concert venue in West Columbia, SC, and I have a good many burlap-covered acoustic panels that I need to sell (both 2" and 1" thick, in 24" x 48" and 48" x 96" sizes). Can somebody recommend a good place where I could advertise these to engineers who work in recording studios, churches, or concert venues? (I'm trying ebay too, of course.)
     
  2. pcrecord

    pcrecord Don't you want the best recording like I do ? Well-Known Member

    Any home theater owner would also love to have them.. If you could find local buyers, it would be easier than having ship them...

    Happy selling ;)
     
  3. bigsphinx

    bigsphinx Active Member

    Ah yes, excellent idea! I'll get the word out at local high-end audio retailers too.
    Thanks!
     
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  4. Brien Holcombe

    Brien Holcombe Well-Known Member

    Going to be difficult to get rid of these panels to a commercial setting, as is, with the burlap having such a high flammability rate.
     
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  5. bigsphinx

    bigsphinx Active Member

    Ah, I completely forgot to mention that the burlap is treated to have NFPA 701 fire rating. (Doubled the price of the fabric, as I recall!)
     
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  6. dvdhawk

    dvdhawk Well-Known Member

    The home theater idea is a real good one.

    Craig's List may be a better option than eBay. It's generally free and it's regional, which would eliminate the pain of shipping them anywhere. Shipping that sort of thing is expensive. They're not especially heavy, but they are bulky and will fill up a truck pretty quickly. With DIY "studios" popping up in every bedroom and basement all over town, you might be surprised.
     
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  7. bigsphinx

    bigsphinx Active Member

    Good point! I think I'll sell all I can locally via Craigslist, word of mouth, signs in audio shops, etc. Then whatever's left I'll put on ebay.
    Thanks!
     
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