Home cinema equipment doesn’t come cheap however more often than not once installed in the confines of the home listening room the sound is muddied, with extreme bass modes and excessive reflection of upper mid and high frequencies.
This distortion of audio waves degrades the listening experience. Unfortunately it doesn’t matter how expensive your home cinema audio gear is. It will be near on impossible to optimise the listening experience.
Our plano tiles are made from a technical grade acoustic foam which is firmer and fire retardant. Exceeding performance of inferior mattress alternatives sold as acoustic foam panels. Our panels are designed to bring professional acoustic treatment to your home cinema whilst not intruding on the line of sight with its planar beveled faces. Currently available in black butwill soon be available in a number of attractive colours. These tiles can be used to form absorption faces significantly reducing flutter echo, reverberation and improve the imaging of stereo and multi speaker home cinema systems.
Pro-coustix Ultraflex foam is a specially designed foam for acoustic purposes, unlike foam sold by mattress manufacturers this foam has a studio gray colour great structure and open cell ration. We've used the same great design principles that we have come to be known to deliver a tile that is effective and cost effective too! This tiles pack a punch and will instantly improve the acoustics in your studio.
Panel size 575mm x 575mm x 50mm or 500mm x 500mm x 50mm
Polymer type Open cell polyether
Colour Studio Grey
Profile Wedge 20 base 25 Rise
Temperature resistance -30 to + 110 degrees Celsius
Fire resistance BS4735, UL94-HF1
Self extinguishing FMVSS 302
Max extent burn 60mm
Weighted absorption coefficient 0.75
0.85 @ 1000KHz
>1.0 > 5000KHz
Note on B Grade Tiles
Any B grade tiles sold on our website are unused but will have visual defects which don't affect performance but don't make the grade for our A grade range. The plano tiles here have slight dimension variances and edges that are not defined or slightly rough.