Auralex Studiofoam Wedgies (Charcoal Grey, 96-Pack)

BH #AUW96 • MFR #WEDGIE-424
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Auralex Studiofoam Wedgies (Charcoal Grey, 96-Pack)

96

Pack

Key Features
  • 12 x 12 x 2" Panels
  • Spot Treatment
  • Absorption
Recommended as a minimum treatment for home theaters with limited wall space, the 96-pack of Studiofoam Wedgies from Auralex are one-foot square, 2"-thick Studiofoam acoustic tiles that offer a solution for spot-treating sound studios, home listening rooms, iso booths, and more.
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Auralex WEDGIE-424 Overview

Recommended as a minimum treatment for home theaters with limited wall space, the 96-pack of Studiofoam Wedgies from Auralex are one-foot square, 2"-thick Studiofoam acoustic tiles that offer a solution for spot-treating sound studios, home listening rooms, iso booths, and more.

The tiles provide slightly more wedges per square foot than 2" Studiofoam Wedges and feature a surface area maximized for greater exposure to sound waves. This provides an effective solution for flutter-echo problems, and when spread apart, the tiles yield added sound diffusion off of their exposed edges.

Steeper wedges maximize the surface area exposed to sound waves
Helps solve small flutter-echo problem areas
Class-B flame retardancy
Will not crumble with age
UPC: 818105001002

Auralex WEDGIE-424 Specs

Quantity96
Dimensions (W x H)12 x 12" / 30.5 x 30.5 cm
Depth2" / 5.1 cm
Fire RatedNo
Packaging Info
Package Weight28.3 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)49 x 25 x 16.03"
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question

Can these put put over windows too?
Asked by: Ana F.
Hi Ana - Thanks for your question. Brent is correct in that these Studiofoam Panels can be used to cover a window or any other surface. Sometimes this is referred to as a window plug. If you are wanting this to be temporary I would recommend using a backing of some kind to adhere the panels to - like cardboard or rigid plastic cut to the size of the window opening. There are also lots of DIY tips on the web that can you help you come up with a solution. Hope that helps answer your question!
Answered by: Kevin B. Auralex Expert
Date published: 2018-08-27
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