- Panel Sizes: Square (24" x 24"), Rectangle (24" x 48"), Plank (12" x 48"), Circle (24" diameter), Hexagon (24" x 20 13/16"), Triangle (24" x 20 13/16")
- Fabric: Guilford of Maine Anchorage - durable, abrasion resistant fabric with high-end aesthetics and excellent acoustical properties
- Thickness: 1", 2"
- Edge: Square edge
- Colors: Neutral, Black, Grey, Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, Brown (see color chart)
- Fire Rating: Class A (ASTM E84)
- Installation: Rotofast Snap-on Acoustic Panel Anchors included
- Made in the USA
Why should I choose a fabric wrapped panel over other types of sound absorption?
Fabric wrapped panels are more effective, durable, safe, and aesthetically pleasing when compared to other types of sound absorption. The only other product that can make sense in some situations is acoustic foam. Acoustic foam and acoustic panels will both absorb sound, but you'll need 2x the foam - 2" of foam is as effective as the 1" version of Acoustic Pro fabric wrapped panel. Most foams are not Class A fire rated, and are not durable enough to take the daily exposure to... people. Foam works for recording studios, because people respect the walls. I don't know about you, but I haven't seen many children respect walls in a home.
How many acoustic panels do I need?
It depends on the room - mainly the height of the ceilings, the overall size, and the types of walls. For your standard small-to-mid sized room, a good rule of thumb is the "40% Rule". Multiply the length by the width of the room to get the square footage. Square Footage x 40% = the square footage of coverage you need for acoustic panels. We made a calculator for you (blue section higher up on this page) or you can read more in our article answering the question... "how many acoustic panels do I need"?
Should I go with the 1" or the 2" thick panels?
A thicker panel will perform better absorbing low-frequency noises that has a more "rumbly" sound. Thicker panels are preferred for mechanical and industrial noise as well as music with bass. If you have limited square footage to apply fabric wrapped panels, going with 2" panels is a way you can "cheat up" your sound absorption to get better echo reduction with less coverage.
Do the shapes of the panel matter?
Nope. We cut custom shapes because it looks cool and gives you more options to design your space.
How to Install Acoustic Panels
Included Install Method: Rotofast Snap-On Anchor
Other Installation Options: Impaling clips, construction adhesive (Liquid Nails)
Install Locations: home, office, conference room, restaurant, house of worship, home theater, recording studio, classroom, auditorium, gymnasium
Steps to Install with Rotofast Snap-On Anchors (Drywall)
- Screw the Rotofast Snap-On Anchors into the back of the Acoustic Pro™ fabric wrapped acoustic panel using the Rotofast driver tool.
- Insert marking plugs into the Snap-On anchors.
- Line panel up in the desired location, ensuring that it's level. In most situations, this will be on the upper half of the wall like you'd install a picture frame. Then push panel against the wall to mark the anchor locations.
- Screw ratchets to the wall at the marked locations. (#8 screws recommended)
- Firmly push the fabric wrapped panel onto the ratchets to complete the install.
For more detailed install instructions, see our guide on How to Install Acoustic Panels.
CAD Drawing of Shape Panel Dimensions