Overtone Acoustic Panels are excellent mid to high range frequency absorbers and can be used to cut down on reverberation and echo within any space.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
A: You should expect a more accurate sound — more consistent low-frequency response and less reflected energy. Your recordings should sound more controlled and professional and your mixes should translate better to other systems. Sound absorption panels placed at the first reflection points in a listening room will greatly enhance the overall sound. Because in doing so you stop the sound waves from bouncing back and forth, this in turn yields better stereo imaging and a greater depth of soundstage.
A: In the event you need to remove your treatment, you’ll only be left with the screw holes needed to secure the panels. Spackle, light sanding, and touch-up paint will restore your walls appearance. Another option would be to utilize our Acoustic Panel Stands, which will allow you to free-stand any 2-inch acoustic panel.
A: Yes. We’re able to manufacture any sized panels up to 48” x 96” — as long as the shapes are rectangles, trapezoids and parallelograms with angles of 90 degrees and 45 degrees.