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The F102-1212-03 2" Thick Broadway Scatter Blocks (Beige) from Primacoustic is a set of high-density absorptive blocks designed to provide an acoustic treatment where you want to control primary reflections, eliminate flutter echo, and reduce standing waves. A typical installation includes a series of these blocks randomly spaced on a large wall surface to create a soft diffusion effect that can be an affordable alternative to quadratic diffusion. This configuration allows energy to reflect back into the room to prevent deadening of the acoustic space and leaves a sense of balance and natural ambient acoustics.
The blocks are easy to install on virtually any surface. Their small size makes them particularly well suited for installation in live-end and dead-end spaces, such as studios and home theaters. However, spreading multiple blocks across a larger space, such as practice rooms or studios, can also be an economical choice for a larger installation.
This model is made from 6-pound-per-cubic-foot fiberglass and has a panel depth of 2". It also features square edges. The set includes (24) blocks, which are sufficient for a total surface coverage of 24 square feet. Mounting the blocks on Primacoustic's Offset Impalers can create a space between the blocks and the mounting surface to further enhance the absorptive performance of this product.
Use these blocks to improve acoustics by controlling primary reflections, eliminating flutter echo, and reducing standing waves.
The blocks can be mounted to virtually any surface.
This solution works equally well in small- or large-scale installations.