Studio Spectrum is a professionally constructed broadband acoustic absorber with a dense and rigid damping core. It deals with the entire frequency range and has a high bass absorption efficiency. Studio Spectrum panels are designed to solve a variety of issues: mainly to control noise, eliminate slap echo and control comb filtering. They are also an excellent choice for acoustically treating early reflection points and corners in a room.
These broadband acoustic absorbers are highly recommended for the acoustic treatment of recording studio acoustics, church acoustics, home theater acoustics, restaurant acoustics and listening rooms.
Studio Spectrum panels’ core is made of rigid fiberglass wool with a density of 80kg/m3 that provides twice the low end absorption over similar foam-based products. It’s 100% recycled material, which is environmentally friendly and safe for human health.
Type: Broadband absorber
Thickness: 10 cm
Absorption range: 70 Hz – 15000 Hz
Damping material: Fiberglass Wool (80kg/m3)
Frame: 16mm fire resistant furniture board
Studio Spectrum panels come standard with two sawtooth hangers in the back of the frame and accompanying mounting pins, which should be inserted into the wall. For ceiling applications, mounting hooks are provided. You can choose a mounting set that suits your needs – either for a brick wall or for plasterboard.
Studio Spectrum broadband absorbers are constructed with high density porous material that works over many frequencies, from low to highs and treats them with equal respect. All frequency bands are controlled with the same efficiency. The main function of Studio Spectrum panels in studio design applications is to reduce the decay times of low and mid frequency as well as to reduce amplitude peaks caused by early reflections. For this reason, Studio Spectrum panels are first go-to point of action in terms of treating your room. They are recommended for use in recording studios, rehearsal rooms as well as offices, apartments and other spaces suffering from excessive noise.