There’s more to acoustic foam than meets the eye (or ear). On face value, it appears like any other foam, but look a little closer and you’ll find that it’s much more complex.
Acoustic foam helps to dramatically improve the acoustics in your room of choice. It has the inherent ability to absorb a percentage of sound wave energy. This results in a significant reduction of the effects caused by reflections, echoes, reverberation and indirect sound waves. Achieving clarity in sound is simple with SoundFix.
How Does Acoustic Foam Work?
Essentially, acoustic foam acts as a means to reduce the amplitude of certain sound waves. In physics, the amplitude is the maximum distance moved by a point in a sound wave from the equilibrium position. When a sound wave ricochets off a solid surface its energy levels remain the same. This gives it sufficient traction to reach your ears or a recording device. When sound waves hit an acoustic foam panel, a large portion of its energy is absorbed. This significantly improves sound quality as a result.