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Basotect air flow resistivity numbers/thickness
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Basotect air flow resistivity numbers/thickness

Does anyone knows the air flow resistivity of Basotect? I want to order this basotect product from Thomann - http://bit.ly/2yc2fJN - and use it as a celling cloud at 20 or 25cm thickness, but I can’t find any GFR numbers.

Anyone here knows the GFR?

By the way, if anyone is using it basotect at 20 or 25 or 30cm it would nice to share his experience and let us know if it’s working at this thickness for low absorption.
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try contacting the company directly.... I do not see any published numbers for their products


Good luck,

Rod
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Does anyone knows the air flow resistivity of Basotect? I want to order this basotect product from Thomann - http://bit.ly/2yc2fJN - and use it as a celling cloud at 20 or 25cm thickness, but I can’t find any GFR numbers.

Anyone here knows the GFR?

By the way, if anyone is using it basotect at 20 or 25 or 30cm it would nice to share his experience and let us know if it’s working at this thickness for low absorption.
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By the way, if anyone is using it basotect at 20 or 25 or 30cm it would nice to share his experience and let us know if it’s working at this thickness for low absorption.
You can check and simulate in acouticmodelling.com with the porous absorber and the multilayer.
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May I ask from where did you get the 10kPa s/m2 ? I want to be 100% sure about the GRF of basotect so I can have the best possible prediction in low absorption.
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May I ask from where did you get the 10kPa s/m2 ? I want to be 100% sure about the GRF of basotect so I can have the best possible prediction in low absorption.
here 12,4
https://www.gearslutz.com/board/7861339-post43.html
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Old 1 week ago
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That is a very thin cloud. Basotect has particular benefits, but for absorption, cosmetics etc. I think Caruso Isobond kills it.
https://www.don-audio.com/acoustic-absorbers
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20 to 25cm depth is a thin cloud?
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Ooops

Sorry, thought it was mm. 25-30cm is a great idea. Clouds do not get enough priority IMO. That 60-80Hz hole in the bass which results is so prevalent.
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