Tag Archives: Sound Deadening Foam

Tips for Designing a Home Theater

For some people, creating a “home theater” involves nothing more than mounting a 65-inch flatscreen on the wall and calling it a day. Sure, they might get a bit ambitious later on and add an external speaker or two; but in the end, it’s still just a living room with a huge TV. If you … Continue reading

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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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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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Compression Cutting Produces Detailed, Specialized Products

As advances and breakthroughs are made in the study of sleep, people become more aware of the importance of proper rest and how vital body support is to getting it. In comparison, changes in design and manufacturing make the advances in sleep science look like they’re moving at a snail’s pace. To stay ahead of … Continue reading

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Hunters: Protect Your Firearms & Muffle Those Blinds

When hunting season rolls around each year, people take to the outdoors, armed not only with their own weaponry, but with plenty of experience, superstitions, and do-it-yourself accessories to help them get their game. Because much of hunting is about using tact and guile to outsmart prey, homemade hunting goods are often the standard rather … Continue reading

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Military Uses For Foam – Part II

This is the second post in a two-part series on the uses for foam in the military and armed forces. For the first post in this series, visit: Military Uses For Foam – Part I — Another foam material that is present in the daily lives of many service men and women are sleeping pads. … Continue reading

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Military Uses For Foam – Part I

For our post on the uses for foam in the military and armed forces, we have decided to break the entry into two separate posts due to its broad range of applications. — Foam products serve many purposes, but some of the most overlooked applications of foam materials are in the military and armed forces. … Continue reading

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Improved Sound Quality On a Budget: Foam Factory’s Economy Eggcrate Sheets

Whether at work, at home or in the car, we have become conditioned to accept noise as the norm in life and not the exception. But with Foam Factory, Inc.’s economy-sized 72 inch by 80 inch sheets of charcoal eggcrate acoustical foam, any area can experience improved sound quality and less residual noise, cutting a … Continue reading

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