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Old 10th March 2009 , 01:50 PM
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Hi all, just read through all the posts and finding this very helpful as I'm about to build some of these myself.

Just wondering, wouldn't thin, 100% Cotton fabric work ok??
from what i have learnt, a material will be suitable if you can hold it to your lips and blow through it with relative ease, to take it further the more acoustically transparent the material is the better it will be as it wont interfere with the sound waves, i have found synthetic material to be the most transparent according to statistics.

i have gone to the trouble of researching it so the panels i build can compare to what are being sold commercially
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from what i have learnt, a material will be suitable if you can hold it to your lips and blow through it with relative ease, to take it further the more acoustically transparent the material is the better it will be as it wont interfere with the sound waves, i have found synthetic material to be the most transparent according to statistics.

i have gone to the trouble of researching it so the panels i build can compare to what are being sold commercially
This is a great thread and it's interesting to watch the process devekop.

What might be a good idea, Paul, when you have it all up and running, is do a single "summary" post with your final shopping list etc. What do ya think, mate?
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This is a great thread and it's interesting to watch the process devekop.

What might be a good idea, Paul, when you have it all up and running, is do a single "summary" post with your final shopping list etc. What do ya think, mate?
yes this will most definitely be done and i may have something else planned too but will see how feasible it is on completion
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yes this will most definitely be done and i may have something else planned too but will see how feasible it is on completion
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I just got my fabric swatches through from Camira Fabrics too. I'm gonna go with the 'Screen' in claret
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Yes. Just buy some material that you can blo**y well blow through and get on with it.
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I just got my fabric swatches through from Camira Fabrics too. I'm gonna go with the 'Screen' in claret
why Trev that really has brought a smile to my face
i have been skint, hopefully i will be purchasing this weekend, screen in lead
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Did you get these finished Sureno? I'd quite like to see the finished articles.
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Did you get these finished Sureno? I'd quite like to see the finished articles.
no, iv had to put them into storage as im moving so thought it would be pointless to finish them now, as i settle in the new place they will be the first to do on my list
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I will post some of what im doing very soon. the bass traps are already up and the panel to sit behind the monitors is sat in the garage drying as i type this. all that left to do with this panel is glue in the rockwool and then glue the foam on top. im a bit unsure of what to do on the ceiling tho as i have a feeling the rockwool will just fall apart. but we shall see. hopefully 2moro night i can glue it and hang it on wednesday and post some pics so you can have a butchers
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Just resurrecting this thread to find out what the state of play is.

Have you finished treating the room, Paul?
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