Acoustic Foam Corner Blocks - 24" Long - 2", 3" and 4" Thick
FOUR PACK. This bundle contains 4 x sound absorbing corner blocks. Each corner block is 24” long and either 2", 3" or 4" thick
EFFECTIVE DESIGN THAT IS EASY TO INSTALL. Studio foam corner blocks are designed to be installed in the corners to ensures optimum sound absorbency.
HELPS WITH NOISE REDUCTION. Corner block sound foam is used to absorb low, mid to high frequencies and to control and trap echoes. Use in combination with SoundAssured acoustic foam panels to make the corner of your room look amazing!
ECONOMICAL SOLUTION. Create a great listening or recording environment with the best value noise reduction products. SoundAssured foam blocks are a low cost solution to get better recordings at home or in the studio. Acoustic foam is used for professional studios, rehearsal rooms, concert halls, podcasting, churches, home theaters, vocal booths, home studios, offices, man caves, utility closets, and more…
MADE IN USA & CLASS-A FIRE RETARDANT. Our acoustic foam has Class A (Self Extinguishing) rating for ASTM E 84.
Tackle your sound control problems today with our Acoustic Foam!
Increase your sound quality without breaking the bank! SoundAssured soundproofing acoustic foam is great for sound deadening at home or in a professional studio. Start your project today by ordering SoundAssured Acoustic Foam!
Below are details about our wedge foam that goes great with studio foam corner blocks!
1 inch thick acoustic foam will give you the most bang for your buck. 1" foam panels are thin compared to our other foams, but are still effective for reducing flutter echoes and controlling the mid and high frequency ranges. Use these panels when good sound control is desired but complete absorption is not imperative.
2 inch thick acoustic foam offers more sound absorbing power overall, and will take care of the mid to high frequency ranges. The 2" thick profile is the most popular and a safe bet for anyone planning a DIY vocal booth, studio, home theater, rehearsal space, or a broadcasting area.