Acoustic wall panels for sound studios In order to reduce flutter echo, reflections of high-frequency sounds, you should mount acoustic wall panels on at least two walls. There are various absorption panels to improve the acoustics in your studio, listening room or Hifi room. With a panel (plate) thickness of 25 mm you can absorb high frequencies very well.
Where do I place the panels? On the Studio & Hfi page you find an example of a studio space and an indication where the panels are mounted best. When installing the panels, work your way from the middle of the wall to the outside. The amount of panels is determined by the size of the room and the desired reverberation time. The most basic approach is to cover each of two walls for a third part with absorption panels. In general, this provides a proper reduction of the flutter echo effect.
Below you will find our range of acoustic wall panels