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Isover Piano Absorbers
Old 9th October 2019
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Isover Piano Absorbers

Trying to figure out some light frame for my fluffy Isover Piano isolation.
This metal frame was easy to glue together, but i think it will reflect to much sound, so I’ll only use this for the backside of this absorber. Think I’ll try the paper based ones for next one.
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Old 9th October 2019
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Another version with plastic reinforce paper edges for use with plaster board edges.
Easy to assemble with double coated tape.
Perhaps surprisingly, this one is a little bit more expensive than the previous metal one (~6 EUR vs 5 EUR).
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