Monthly Archives: August 2012

Breaking Down the Differences Between Conventional and Acoustical Foam

One of the first things people should take into consideration when planning a space for optimum sound, whether it’s for movies, music, or recording, is sound treatment. As a useful acoustical treatment tool, sound deadening foam is one material people rely on for fixing flutter echoes, standing waves, and mid and high-frequency issues. But given … Continue reading

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Tailor Your Pillow to Your Individual Sleep Preferences

Practically everyone has had nights when no matter how tired they were or how badly they wanted to, they could not fall asleep. Other times, we get to sleep just fine but wake up stiff and uncomfortable. Given the importance of restful sleep, both of these situations directly detract from our ability to lead enjoyable, … Continue reading

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Get the Most Out of Your Speakers and Subs With Decoupling

A premium sound system can cost tens of thousands of dollars, but is also able to prove its value to a listener the second a favorite song reaches its crescendo, or when a blockbuster movie’s final fight scene breaks out.  But no matter how much is spent on speakers and receivers, their performance will still … Continue reading

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