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  1. spliff_enz
    10th July 2012 - permalink
    Hello sir,

    I'm planning to build myself my first home studio and trying to manage my expectations about it. Experienced eyes such as yours might see some obvious holes in my plans that I myself can't so...I will be very grateful if you can take a little time to look at this thread and tell me what you think? Thank you very much in advance.

  2. Anghello
    4th April 2012 - permalink
    Thank you very much for your time and help. Love. God bless!
  3. jwl
    25th February 2009 - permalink
    Hi Cory,

    I just now saw your PM, sorry for the delay.

    You'd have to ask them why they use the materials they use. RealTraps uses 705 in most of our products, though our MicroTraps and ceiling tiles use 703.
  4. cojo67
    12th February 2009 - permalink
    My name is Cory Johnson. I have a new studio I am trying to build an treat acoustically. Real quick question, I was reading a website written by Ethan and I came across this...

    "For a given thickness, 703 is about twice as absorbent as acoustic foam at the lower frequencies, and it generally costs much less. Even better for low frequencies is 705-FRK, which is much more absorbent than 703 at 125 Hz and below."

    And then it goes on to talk about how 705 is better at absorbing very low frequencies than 703.

    Now on the realtraps.com I could not find where it described WHAT each panel was made of, BUT on the readyacoustics.com website it said...

    Low frequency absorbers were made from 703... 4 inch thick

    High/Mid frequency absorber was made of 705... 2 inch thick

    Why is the material that is BETTER on the low end spectrum used for making the High/Mid absorbers?

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