Acoustic Treatment Kit – Blue
£74.99 – £199.99
SoundFix Blue Acoustic Foam Room Kit
Consisting of both SoundFix bass traps and acoustic foam tiles, our room kits are a convenient way for you to get acoustic treatment against a diverse range of sound wave frequencies. Whilst our acoustic tiles deal with sound waves in the mid to high-frequency range, our bass traps tackle lower frequencies that are harder to maintain. The overall result is an improved sense of quality in both live and recorded sound.
- These Blue Acoustic Foam Room Kits contain a mix of both SoundFix blue bass traps and SoundFix blue acoustic foam tiles. You will receive the amount as specified by your selection in the dropdown menu above.
- Each blue acoustic foam tile is 50mm in thickness and measures 300mm by 300mm.
- This product is intended to be used for acoustic treatment. It is designed to help prevent interference from indirect sound waves in a range of low to high frequencies.
- Our acoustic foam room kits are manufactured using premium foam materials. The acoustic foam we use exceeds the approximate industry NRC rating of 0.6. Ours measures 0.85. At this level, it can absorb up to 85% sound wave energy.
- We use advanced CNC cutting machinery to cut our acoustic foam products. This helps us to achieve a clean and consistent finish.
- All of our foam, unless stated otherwise, exceeds UK fire safety regulations. This is inclusive of our acoustic foam products.
- Our acoustic foam is suitable for use in a variety of room types. This includes rooms such as – offices, gaming rooms, video editing rooms, mixing rooms, recording studios, home cinemas, dyno cells and much more.
- Acoustic foam is not intended for the sole purpose of soundproofing. It does have sound-absorbing qualities but is primarily used for acoustic treatment to improve sound quality in rooms.
- All of our products are manufactured to ISO 9001 quality control standards.
- Please use the provided dropdown menu to select your desired quantity. There are a variety of different pack sizes available for our Blue Acoustic Foam Room Kit.
Why to Choose a Blue Acoustic Foam Room Kit
When it comes to improving the quality of sound in a room, you should always choose a high-quality acoustic foam for the best results. If you are recording sound, even high-end recording equipment will not mask interference caused by poor room acoustics. That’s why it’s a good idea to acoustically treat your room and tackle the problem at the root of the cause.
Our high-quality acoustic foam tiles and bass traps have been engineered to do exactly that. They can protect vulnerable reflection points throughout your room to stop sound interference from taking place.
Where You Can Use a Blue Acoustic Room Kit
Over the years, our acoustic products have been used in a diverse range of room types. From game streaming rooms to rolling road dyno cells, this versatile product offers benefits to many different types of people.
A few other examples of rooms our products are commonly used in include workshops, home cinemas, offices and video editing rooms. If you are unsure whether this product is right for you, please feel free to ask our team.
Why Choose Us?
There are plenty of reasons to make Foam Direct and SoundFix acoustic foam your first choice. Having served the foam industry for more than 40 years, we’ve been able to source the very best materials to create our products, including our SoundFix acoustic foam.
We are a UK based manufacturer and uphold all quality control standards held by this country. Our company is ISO 9001 approved meaning we must conform to these standards when creating our products.
When compared to many other acoustic foam tiles on the market, SoundFix tiles have proven to be significantly thicker and thus, more effective. Many suppliers from overseas also compress their products to assist with international shipping. Being made here in the UK, our tiles are not compressed and are ready to use straight out of the box.
Our acoustic foam products are made from premium materials. Our acoustic foam has an NRC rating of 0.85 which is higher than the approximate industry standard.