How to use acoustic foam with your studio monitors or loudspeakers

Blog provided by The Foam Factory, The most common strategy for using acoustic foam is installing acoustic foam panels on a room’s walls to eliminate excess reverberations and echoes. As you may know, acoustic foam is designed to absorb sound waves without eliminating them. Flat surfaces reflect sound waves throughout a room, causing echoes. In contrast, acoustic foam has a porous surface that allows sound waves to pass through it, dissipating excess energy as heat.

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