They appear flat at first. But once you soak them in water, they look like the picture advertised.
E. A. Morris
I was looking for economical audio foam. Last time I used big panels of egg crate, but I wanted to go with something more stylized this time. These foam panels have bezels which makes them look cool and they are really easy to use. DEFINITELY follow the instructions by washing them with water first. I was skeptical after opening them as all the panels were really badly misshapen and flat, but after following the washing instruction they popped right out and sprung back to life. ***Also for anyone wondering how to apply these without damaging walls. I applied crosses of painters tape one the wall and then glued the panels to the tape. Works really well and allows you to keep your walls intact if you ever want to remove them. Just rip off the foam and then peel off the painters tape.
Seguí las indicaciones y preferí mojar, y después meterlos a la secadora por 20 min a temperatura baja. Cómo consejo, no los expriman como si fuera un trabo, solo quita el excedente del agua y los metes a la secadora.
So much noises from outside love them
They are thick and good quality but sound still comes threw. And i have insulation foam behind them to help but still have noise
So I bought these for my home theater room because it's in a basement and I needed as much sound deadening as I can get. My only issue, and it's a biggie, is I have no idea how to attach them to anything. I've tried spray glue, 2 sided tape, command strips, staples and nothing holds for long. It's very frustrating as I put them up, they fell down, and now I have a huge pile of these things sitting on my washer as I figure out how to attach them to.....anything. I'm sure I will come up with something (I have some plans scheming) but it's not just buy them and put them wherever right away so know that going in. And a pro tip, put them in the dryer on low for 30-45 min and they will pop right up. No brand of foam will have 100 percent expansion/evenness with every piece too so know that as well, but this was decent.
This item comes vacuum sealed. Avoid vacuum sealed foam panels. I air it out for 48 hours and even tried the suggestion to wash it and dry it so it regains its original shape but it only worked on a few of the 12 that were usable.
Wow! After researching acoustic panel for the past month I decided to go with these as they are cheap. I read most reviews here and was nervous about getting them. Well... I’m glad I did. I can only assume that the bad reviews are people that did not follow the instructions. Also people are giving this product a bad review because they are trying to soundproof a room. People...they dampen the sound...they are not intended to soundproof a room. If you want to soundproof spend the $1000 to do it... not 24$. I wet them, squeezed the water out and put them in the dryer on medium for 25 minutes and they were perfect! They are decent “for the price”! Also don’t buy the command hooks for $20... go to your surplus store and buy 2 way tape. You can get a roll for $2.... worked great with no issues. There is a little bit of a smell to them so just febreeze them.
El material se quemó al secado y no es fácil de colocar con culta doble cara
Good solid foam! Good for price
They seem to help but you need a lot more than 12. Use mounting tape.
The ones that actually came back into shape are great! But half of them are deformed from vacume sealed and will not inflate.
Acoustic foam typically should not be vacuum packed and these are. Some of my panels came back without issue, some reconstituted after the recommended treatment of soaking, wringing out, then putting in the dryer. Many of my panels are irrevocably squished and malformed. I’ll be requesting a refund for the useless panels.
Paul de'leon Pena III
easy to install just use double sided tape or adhesive spray and I did the water way and it works best just follow the directions
4 out of the 12 panels are not in good condition because of the way they package them. I followed the instructions of how to cure them, but its been about a week and they are still not in good condition.
Edgar Leonardo Rea Morales
Muy buenas, compré 2 paquetes. Lo único que sucedio es que 4 no se descomprimieron totalmente. Las llene de agua y las puse en la secadora dos veces como viene en las instrucciones y aun asi se quedaron un poco aplanadas. Pero en sí todas las demas se inflaron perfectamente.
Works well. Good quality. Decompressed nicely. I stuck them on art boards with double side 3m stickies and propped them up.
Están súper bonitos
Ok this is what i did having read the reviews. Put them in the tub and filled it up. Pressed them all down and left to soak for a minute. About 1/4 had issues, so soaked those more. Then i just had 1 that was fighting the fluff. Soaked it with some hot water. Looks like it's coming along. My hands felt like a mix of post tires and dry so I'd you're sensitive maybe wear gloves.While I was working on the stubborn ones...Wrung out the puffy ones. Rolled them inwards towards the lines just to put less stress in the narrow bits.Which I had a rub, used my hamper. Took the to the dryer. Not sure how many should go in at a time. Note that when you open the dryer a plop of water falls out. I'm aren't completely dry so I'll stack them sideways and air dry. I don't want too much dirt or hair to collect onto the front or back.Note, I need to get adhesive spray or tape, not sure which yet. Might let you know how that part goes...Ok went and got a medium spray adhesive based on a musician friends experience and the hardware stores advice.I could either give into my OCD or fight it and so I fought it for two reasons, getting these to look perfect would be a dream, and I'd never be happy or this. I ended up with more than I thought because of some reviews. The shape might alter over time, but I like it and that's what matters. Very 80s but that's ok too. Oh yeah I just used an pair of scissors.So far, and I'm high from the spray, it cuts the echo. I'm not sure about anything else yet. So the whole thing cost me less than 50 bucks and 2 days. Nothing out there could fill the need to place something on bare walls and help with the sound for that. You decide. Oh, that's that's a repurposed spice rack as a hair caddy....
Had some issues on a few tiles but the company was great to look after the concern
Overall quality of the acoustic foam is great. I ordered some corrugated plastic panels in 2'×3' and glued six foam squares per one panel with 3M Spray Adhesive. Works extremely well for my usage (gaming PC setup) and looks fantastic. Will definitely recommend. My only negative point is that the foam changes price CONSTANTLY.
Good quality. The thickness is perfect and the grey is a lighter color. Didn't have to rinse them with water at all. Just let them sit for about a day and half and they were good.
After about a day they weren’t totally fluffed out yet so I did the soak in water, wring it out, then put in the dryer method and they fluffed out a lot! I was scared to put them in the dryer too long so I only put them in medium heat for about 25 minutes and then either let it air dry or used a hair dryer. But I REALLY recommend the soak in water method because they expanded so much!Definitely made a HUGE difference acoustic wise. Got rid of all the reverb in my tiny room. Feel pretty thick and sturdy. Definitely happy with my purchase.
I've bought several 12x12x1s and the quality of these are absolutely insane. I only purchased 12 of the beveled squares, but they made a huge difference. This made my stream room a WHOLE lot better when it came to my voice bouncing. Make sure to do some research on how to hang them up, and know this isn't a solution to sound "proofing." This stops your voice from bouncing and echoing as much in rooms that aren't treated.If you plan on hanging these up with the spray, know that you might ruin your wall. The best solution I've found is Scotch Mounting Squares. Plenty per pack, doesn't hurt the walls, sticks well over time.
Nice panels...just installing now. So far so good. Follow the directions. Soak them in water for a minute or so, ring them out, dry them and they are ready to go.
Only a few actually regained form after many days of waiting. Most did not.
For anybody that has an issue with them not expanding all the way, throw them in your dryer for a couple minutes! One was completely impacted and the dryer made it puff out in minutes.
i do like these, however, 3 of them were damaged from the packaging and will not return to normal size. they are just squished from the packaging method. aside from being squished, packaging was very nice. I would be happy to receive replacements but no one has responded.. so take this into consideration when purchasing. good product otherwise
Really wanted these to work but they didnt.
Me gustó el producto, me sirvio mucho para mi estudio de grabación.
Son buenos pero no todos retoman su forma original por el empaque.
Placed these on top of our dropped ceiling tiles in the basement & the difference is noticable. The sound absorption in the basement is good, and there's less sound leaking into the main floor.
Unfortunately these don't accept any kind of temporary adhesive (3m strips); the material isn't that dense so sticking anything to it just falls off (also makes it so the sound absorption isn't that great.
Great for what I needed, I tried to let them air up on there own but didn't work for half of them. Soaking them did the trick, look great and work great!
Purchased these with the hopes they could tame a bright mixing room. They actually do a decent job. They seem to tackle the speech frequency range decently but not much beyond that. If you’re a podcaster or streamer dealing with a bouncy room, these can definitely help. I used them at the listening position of a home mixing station. They tamed the mids and upper frequencies enough that the monitors now sound more focused. So overall these did about what I expected. Certainly the more expensive foam out there does a better job at tackling a broader frequency spectrum but for the price and my needs this worked decently enough. Only real negative is the pieces really aren’t uniform in size. Lots of mixing and matching to get an even layout.
These a acoustic panels worked wellFor a small office in our call center.
First of all, if you buy this make sure to soak the panels in water and into the dryer for 25 minutes. This will make all the panels look good and ready to install.I used the gorilla adhesive spray and it's the only thing that really worked. I'm 2 weeks in and nothing fell off the wall. You really have to spray the wall and the panel for it to grip correctly.You really have to know that this is not a SOUNDPROOFING product. This will damp the sound from the room you're playing music in for instance. The panels have a great look and i'll definitely buy more if I need to.
Mine came smashed really wish they wouldn’t package them like they did. For my first time doing acoustic treatment they look absolutely ghetto
Acoustic Absorption Panel, quality and great value. Bought them along with a acoustic 12x12 acoustic rated felt facing created a modern Pro like design for my audio recording and listing room. Photo shows finished look . Highly recommend.
Great product. Very easy to puff them up. I got them wet, rung them out, and let them air dry. Most were full size within a couple hours.
Good product.. wet them down first-wring them out then stick them in the dryer for 20 minutes and let them dry overnite. You'll get max thickness this way. I put mine on two 2x6 pieces of cardboard with a spray on "web" spray style glue. Perfect.
Ok for price. If you follow the wash n dry instructions they attain their thickness. Look nice in red. Acoustic properties are negligible.
Guillermo Gocher Damián
No son lo que esperaba.
Cumple con la función en relación al sonido
I read the other reviews before buying and did what they said. Let them rise in a day or two or if in a hurry, add them to a sink full of water, wring out and dry on LOW in the dryer for about ten minutes. I used spray-on glue to stick them to a styrofoam board to soundproof my bedroom from street noise and these worked great.
Están excelentes y funcionan perfecto para mi Home Studio, llegaron justo a tiempo solo considera que vienen empacados al vacío entonces llegan completamente comprimidos, yo los saqué del paquete y los separe en el piso dándoles 48 horas para que se expandieran solos y no correr el riesgo de que se quemaran en la secadora, después de ese tempo solo hubo unos 4 que aún tenían unas esquinas comprimidas, lo que hice fue que a esos les humedecí las zonas comprimidas y los dejé en una mesa frente a la ventana y en un día se terminaron de secar y ya estaban perfectamente expandidos.
No noticeable difference in the level of sound
Quedó perfecto! Disminuyó grandemente el sonido.Me encantó!Muchas gracias.
These are great for a small room on a budget. My only gripe is the strips they suggested to use with this did not attach properly to the foam. They ended up falling off the wall within minutes. Maybe I did something wrong but it seems pretty simple. Stick it on the back of the foam panel and attach to the wall. It didn’t work. Ended up using a small hanging nail placed in the middle of each foam piece.
I mean... perfect.
I feel like 12 of them made a tiny difference. I went ahead and ordered corner foam ones from a different company so hopefully that will help. I went through so much tape to try and keep these adhered to the wall but they just kept falling off. I like how thick they are and they do become more uniform after wetting them and then tossing them into the dryer.
3 out of 12 bad finish,that mean visualy not good.3 sur 12 mauvaise finission,cela veux dire pas beau visuellement.
Gustavo Picazo Montoya
Están muy bien. Dan un acabado excelente y funcionan bastante bien para aminorar la reverberación de una habitación, siempre que se ponga una buena cantidad de ellos.
Looks good, does nothing to muffle sound. I think this is more of a placebo thing. It’s all foam, to soundproof something it should have been some sort of foamized plastic...this is just regular cheap upholstery foam sold at a premium with magical soundproofing promises. It does absolutely nothing to sound waves.
First of all, for those reading, these are for acoustic treatment, and not soundproofing so don't waste your time on these if that is your intent. Acoustic treatment aims ONLY to control sound reflections WITHIN the room, to make better-sounding recordings.I used the soaking in water method to expand the foam and had no issues.
Im just giving 5 star for free 10$ amazon card
Georgiana Sofia Ghermeli
I opened the box and waited to see if they would take shape and they did not. They weren't as thick as it was supposed to. Some corners got squashed too hard and won't take form again. Overall, I asked for a refund because this is not what I was expecting to get.
They soundproofing quality is great but finding something adhesive to help it stick was a bit of a problem.
Pretty and does the damping job but it smells so bad and so strong...
First thing I did is soaking them all in water and they rise like bread. I let them sit dry instead of putting into dryer to avoid shrinkage. Looks good and easy to install using 3m command strips. I will probably buy more for my studio.
En general me gusto el producto, cumple su función
El tiempo de entrega es buenísimo, días antes de lo que se esperaba. Al abrir el empaque todo venía en las condiciones más seguras para que no hubiera daños del producto. Los paneles son de calidad y hermosos para darle una buena vista al espacio que se busca aislar
Works fine. Use foam core board as a backing plate and attach to walls with command strips. Soak foam in water, ring, and toss them in the dryer... works like a charm in no time at all. Better stuff out there, but not at this price point... and at this price point, these are probably the best option.These are not meant for sound proofing, so don’t even bother. If you want to sound proof, you have to use rock wool insulation.These are meant to help in room acoustics and are the last efforts after positioning your audio equipment as best you can in your given environment. Do not expect these to tame the unwanted sound waves produced by a subwoofer... for that, you need bass traps made of 3-4” thick rock wool properly placed in your room, and expect to pay a hefty premium if not doing completely DIY.
I have thin, hollow door in my house. I use these on my door and they work very well! They look good too. I used 3M VHB tape to stick them to the door. Make sure you use this specific tape and you'll be good.
It came with frayed edges where the cuts weren't clean, the corners were rounded and disfigured on some while others turnee out perfectly, and on a couple, there's very deep holes that stand out real bad.. I'd like to get a replacement but i don't have high hopes on that happening. The quality is good otherwise for the price of $25. They recently raised the price from $25 to $40! This is insane. 12 pieces of cheap foam for $40?? I got it before the price change but my God I wouldn't have bought it with that price.
Per the directions, handwashed and placed in dryer. Have a dryer full of foam chunks now and 5 mostly intact panels. Hope that's enough to stop the noisy neighbors around me. 2-5 stars because that's about how many survived.
Stop searching. This is where it’s at. This product first of all is overpriced, but I’m not going to complain too much about that. It looks nice, preforms VERY WELL and overall looks nice in a pattern. My advice 1. Place in tub with water, 2. Ring out, 3. Toss in washer to rinse, 4. Place in dryer till it’s dry. It worked for me, it’ll work for you.
I decided to add these red acoustic foam panels in addition to other panels and I can definitely say that I am very impressed with the quality of these panels. They are really thick and do a great job at absorbing and bouncing sound waves back into the room. Initially I didn't think I would be impressed by them but I am absolutely in love with these red foam panels!
Los paneles vienen comprimidos así que no se asusten por como lucen, el paquete esta super bien empacado y sobre todo seguro para no lastimar ningun panel, utilice la primer forma de expandirnos que fue con agua y meterlos a secadora, recomiendo que los metan 5 o 10 minutos más de lo que recomiendan, están super sólidos y si funciona como van reduciendo el sonido, no hacen milagros y mas si tienes un cuarto alto que haga eco como en mi caso así que necesitare más, su instalación es muy sencilla, el como peguen dependerá de la cinta 3m que tan buena calidad tenga
Summary In my application, it does not reduce the noise volume but rather just muffled it. Not meeting my expectations.Pros 1. Looks not ugly. The square mushroom shape make it less ugly than pyramids 2. Easy to expand. I throw them into dryer and they recover in 10mins.Cons 1. Hard to use regular tape on it due to the material. You need something extremely sticky 2. Only muffles noise and not very good in noise absorbing
Me gustó mucho el producto. Un paquete de tipo pirámide, y este de tipo hongo. Utilice la opción de remojar, exprimir y secar. Los de tipo pirámide se desgarraron un poco al eliminar el excedente de agua, estos no sufrieron daños, a pesar de haber sido exprimidos con la misma fuerza.
I bought these just to minimize some reverb in my music studio and possibly help the neighbors out being that I'm sharing wall with them. The price gets ridiculous if you do not want to use spray adhesive...my only complaint. They look awesome though. Mainly they look cool and may help my sound quality, but I wouldn't say "soundproof"Oh and my hands are sore from ringing water out out all these... Must do..to bring back shape.compressed so much for shipping.
Alberto Velázquez Ortega
Por favor no se confundan. Los paneles acústicos no son para evitar que entre sonido a una habitación. He leído muchos comentarios negativos donde los instalan en puertas o ventanas para evitar que entre sonido y ruido de algún vecino molesto o de la calle, obviamente no les funciona ya que no sirven para eso.Los paneles acústicos son para que el sonido no pueda rebotar. Si los ínstalas en una habitación el sonido generado dentro de esa habitación no podrá rebotar, de esta manera el sonido se escucha más limpio en el caso de que quieras grabar instrumentos, voces o hagas streaming.El producto es muy bueno y cumple su función.Se tardó 3 días en expandirse pero es posible que sea porque mi hogar es bastante frío, y el instructivo dice claramente que debe dejarse reposar en una habitación caliente o bajo el sol. Al 4to día decidí dejarlos bajo el sol y se expandieron a la perfección en un par de horas.En el producto no incluye pegamento o tiras adhesivas para instalarlos en la pared.En mi caso compré tiras adhesivas para instalarlos después de dejarlos en el sol durante un par de horas.Recomendable. 10/10
Surprisingly good foam panels. Used to sound proof my gym for the turbo trainer and work perfectly. One tip is don’t wait for the 24 to 48 hours for them to puff up because they don’t, simply wet them, wring them out and tumble dry on low for 20 mins and they’re perfect. Also use a good adhesive and wait for it to become tacky or like me you’ll be there for half an hour trying to stop them falling of. Overall I would recommend over the egg box style
Le produit est arrivé écrasé et n'a pas vraiment regonflé. Les carrées n'étaient pas tous de la même grandeur et le tape double face ne colle pas sur ce matériau. J'ai dû appliquer de la colle contact pour que le tout reste en place.
Excellent thank you
I waited 3 days and they still looked terrible. Got a bucket of water and soaked and squeezed them out individually and the results were great. It was a pain to do that for all 98 of them that I purchased but worth it. Like I said, don't bother with the "wait till they go back to shape" step. It won't happen. Don't waste your time. Seem like a good product and installed fine. Just used 2 "T" pins for each panel. Then later you can just paint over the very small pin holes in the wall to put the wall back to original condition.
Thats what studios use these things for. To reduce echo in the booth so the mic picks up clean audioHowever obviously it will HELP reduce noise from outside. anything willThat said everything was as expected..However depending on the room you may need to cover an entire wall or cover the entire room.. ordering one set of these will not be enough to cover an entire wall..They definitely help but if the room is very large and echoey you're going to need a lot of them..But they do what they're supposed to.. they're just not supposed to completely sound proof the room. If you have thin walls and somebody screaming on the other side they aren't going to block it out completely..Especially if you have large gaps in your door. That is where a lot of sound comes through..So if you're looking to help muscle some sounds or reduce echo or reverb then the many reviews can attest that they work.. if you're trying to completely soundproof your room from outside noise like a 5 star hotel roomm that's not what they're going to do..They help muffle sounds depending on how many you use and they help reduce echoo
El producto final es diferente, ahi dice que son paneles de espuma acústica pero es en realidad fieltro y no de buena calidad.
Not here to bash the product or the seller because at the end of the day I’m still able to use the product effectively... HOWEVER, it’s been around a week and only 6 of the pads are actually full thickness. Most are in between or paper flat and all f***** up. Had at least 80% turned out correctly then I would be writing a 4-5 star review. Like I said, NOT A BAD PRODUCT and I don’t want to give them a bad name, just be careful.
does what it says it should do
Very very good sound absorbtion, when I first installed the dampers I was very impressed at the effect it had in my studio room in my house, I am impressed and am planning on using this brand to cover the studio during my next upgrade, 5/5.
hopefully my family could have a good night
I bought a stack of 26 foam pads. It arrived in a compact package with instructions. I conserved time by soaking the foam pads in my bathtub. I squeezed the water out off the pads till almost dry then tossed them in the dryer. The end result came out better than expected. All around gnarly purchase!!
Background includes working studio musician, VOX, and radio DJ, now doing vid/podcasting work as part of professional career journey. Needed to do a quick revamp to carve out studio space in a dining area lacking doors. After reading dozens of customer reviews of the various brands, styles, picked these. Knew going in that an issue for most was adhesion and most reviewers of all acoustic tile brands noted waiting for them to "fluff" after removing from the vac-pac was kind of a hassle.Received them all squished in their packaging. Popped everything open, and then laid out on the floor to take shape. I tried the wetting method – soaked, wrung out, and then let air dry ... about a 4-5 day process before they were completely dry. And those that just sat out without doing that step took about 1 day longer. There was a smell to them, but the airing resolved this.Applying to the walls had the same issue as many reviewers. I bought 3M double-sided sticky tabs and affixed to the back of the tile and then pushed onto the wall. Next morning, about half were down on the floor. Clearly not going to work. After a bit of trial and error, purchased foam core board, cut into 5" squares, sprayed with Gorilla spray mount and affixed those to the acoustic foam tiles. Then applied the 3m double side sticky tabs to the foam core. All of them are still up three months later.Please note these are not "sound proofing" tiles; they are "sound absorbing" acoustic tiles and meant to remove echo in a recording space, helping to improve sound quality. It gives me the flexibility to start with "cleaner" sound input into the mic/equipment, and ultimately better output results.
First and foremost... reading some of these reviews some people really did not understand what they were purchasing. To stop sound from the outside, you need what is typically a very expensive install with Mass Loaded Vinyl, Acoustic Fiberglass Paneling, Floating Walls, etc. Give it a quick search to see for yourself before you buy these. The seller probably won't like me saying that, but I'm trying to help you.I realize the sellers are partially to blame for this confusion in the way they market their products. These items are mainly for deadening standing waves and reverb in a studio or theater room. For that, they have worked great for me strategically placed in a 10' X 14' room.Mine arrived vacuum sealed, which saves the seller shipping but costs us time. It's just the way it is. I used the water/dryer method to great effect, BUT, it still took a couple days until they were completely dry enough to install with command strips. The residual water kept breaking the adhesion. I also didn't want to chance another cycle or two in the dryer and have them overheat and melt, or simply have the edges breakdown by tumbling. Run a dryer sequence to get them kicked off then wait another 2-3 days in a dry place prior to installation. That worked for me anyway, they all came up great. I only had to break out the VHB 3M tape on one of them.
Used it in my drum room
People who are having issues with them expanding..follow the instructions. I expanded all of these within a few hours by filling my bathtub and sinking 6 at a time. I left them in for 30 min-1 hour and then rang them out and dried them in the dryer. Worked perfectly.The noise cancellation is something I cant really say worked absolute wonders but I'm sure it doesn't hurt.I took one of the other reviewers tips to hang them and unfolded a paperclip and then made two hooks and attached them that way. I hooked a few together and hung it from a command strip.
This product claims to be 2 inch thick. But as shown in the picture, the actual thickness is far from 2 inch. Each one of them is about 1.75 inch thick. When I stack two of them together, you can clearly see they are quite a distance from 4 inches. I give them 2 star for false advertisement.
I got the orange mushroom ones and they’re pretty useless. They’re not going to do much if you’re attempting to acoustically treat a room. They’re not that thick. They’re weak. There are better options out there. In fact I would not even bother with the mushroom shape, in general. Try different shapes. Also, consider purchasing Diffusion Panels instead. They’re more expensive but they actually get the job done. The only good thing about these mushroom ones was the color, I am a fan of the salmon orange color but who cares. It’s not a decorative piece. It’s supposed to help absorb any reflections. It doesn’t do a great job at that.
Had bought a different brand of 1" acoustic panels from a different brand, with the wave shape that were totally disappointing and ended up returning them. Looking for 2" panels came across these and the reviews (inside and out of Amazon) were VERY good so decided to give it a go. I was very impressed with the density and sound absorption is what you expect and need.SETUP: Out of box was pressed for time so put them on the SHORT GENTLE CYCLE (18 pannels at a time max) and it went well. Make sure your spin cycle is set to low/gentle if your machine has a special setting for the spin. That worked like a charm! 10 minute quick wash then in to the dryer on medium heat for a few minutes and presto! Created a makeshift room divider because my office is open concept and there's LOTS of echo. It definitely reduces outside noise coming from the rest of the floor and echo in my office space.NOTE: Works better the closer the foam is to the SOURCE of noise. But it is incredible if you're talking while walking past it, you notice how the just deadens your voice vs when you walk away.ADHESIVE: Used spray adhesive since I didn't care about damaging the surface but the Command strips will do just fine, just make sure the pads are COMPLETELY DRY before you try to put those strips on, sounds obvious but... I was in a hurry first time around and ended up redoing everything.Great product and bought some gray ones for another bedroom I use as a studio. Hope they keep making these, I really like them!
This product helped me sound proof my studio for vlogs, music, and podcast. I have no echoing and balanced sound for the editing process. Cheap, effective, and worth the money, if youre looking for sound proofing foam this will do the trick and you wont be disappointed!