How To Build Decorative Acoustic Panels – One of the most common problems when mounting home theater equipment in our home is related to the poor acoustics of the room. Typically, this is not a space dedicated to listening to music, watch movies, but is a versatile place that we share with other uses.
Specifically, we will build acoustic panels absorbent that will allow us to reduce the echoes of a side wall about 5 meters long in which there is no furniture or other items that may favor sound absorption. The basic idea of the project is to place a panel generously sized which in turn behave as a piece of art, and more specifically as a painting, unnoticed ugly and discolored acoustic absorber.
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We are going from scratch to build acoustic panels, buying the necessary elements for fabricating for a wooden frame and a canvas that does not have a too tightly woven fabric. Depending on the needs of absorption we need, we buy frames with more or less depth. The construction process is simple. The frame is mounted, the canvas is mounted and the rear acoustic insulation is placed, in my case 3 cm thick. Now we have the “artistic” part, which will consist of painting the canvas creating a work of art that will match the decor of the room. There are many options, such as buying a work already made a reproduction of a famous or go to a specialty printing box and ask that you print to canvas your favorite family photo.