Available in two sizes: 2' x 2' and 2' x 4', these customizable panels are made from 2" thick high-density 6lb glass wool for even absorption across the audio listening range. The front face and edges are encapsulated in a fiberglass mesh and the panel is then finished in a white, paintable latex. The panels are tested to meet stringent class-1/A requirements for safe use in commercial buildings.
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