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Sonic Barrier 1/2 Acoustic Foam w/PSA 18 x 24

 $8.70

The Sonic Barrier 1/2" acoustic damping foam is a precisely engineered material that offers optimum absorption for its thickness

  Sonic Barrier 1/2 Acoustic Foam w/PSA 18 x 24
  Sonic Barrier 1/2 Acoustic Foam w/PSA 18 x 24
The material features our exclusive embossed surface finish that helps to trap acoustic energy and improve high frequency performance
A very aggressive pressure sensitive adhesive provides easy and permanent installation onto any surface
The Sonic Barrier 1/2" foam is excellent for use in small loudspeaker projects, where bulky damping materials are not feasible
This can reduce unwanted sound reflections and prevent them from exiting through the cone or port
The Sonic Barrier 1/2" acoustic damping foam is a precisely engineered material that offers optimum absorption for its thickness.
The current price is $8.70.
The overall customer satisfaction rating of this product is Good with a score of +0.51.
The current sales rank is 19369.
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What are fans saying?
Works great for windows.
This stuff is versatile and easy to work with.
I put them on the windows to try to canceling the noise from the highway near my apt.
Installed inside Pioneer BS-22 speaker cabinets.
I didn’t realize that this product has an adhesive peel on the back.
What are haters saying?
I guess I kinda knew that "Sonic Barrier" or "Acoustic Foam" really doesn't do any significant sound absorption, but I was hoping for more from this product...Here's the knitty-gritty: This stuff is GREAT if you only care about very minor sound-dampening for things like inside speakers, or inside your hollow wooden/metal door, or something else that has sound generally moving around, but you just want a bit less of it.
The actual DAMPENING aspects of this foam are slim-to-none.
(It's the same story with pretty much every "sound-dampening" foam out there, btw) This does not dampen any reverberations that might be going on within a chamber, it doesn't reduce feedback, it doesn't really affect sound at all going through the foam.
(from what I have found) The most sound-dampening part of this foam is the adhesive which blocks out sound fairly well, but it still doesn't dampen it noticeably.I hope you can find a use for this, but for me it is just some soft adhesive now... Just laying around...
I tried a cheaper triangle shaped foam that worked much better.
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