Vicoustic’s flagship Wavewood panel has been specifically developed to treat acoustic problems without destroying a room’s ambience, or over-deadening the sound. It can be used in control rooms, broadcast studios, live rooms where a range of instruments and voices are recorded, rehearsal rooms and other performance spaces.
Wavewood is made from a combination of acoustic foam and wood. Its instantly recognizable design results from unique research based on the acoustic properties of the wood and foam combined with non-linear sequential cavities that enable Wavewood to act as both an absorber and diffuser. It is particularly effective in treating medium and high frequencies as well as solving issues such as flutter echoes. Wavewood can also be highly effective in controlling low frequencies when fitted in the corners of a room and used as a bass trap. The panel’s elegant design enhances the visual appearance of any room, with different wood finishes available to match a range of studio interiors.
Applications: It can be used in various places like Rehearsal Rooms, Home Theaters, Auditoriums, Post Production Studios, Listening Rooms, Recording and Broadcast Studios etc.
Vicoustic Wavewood Acoustic Panel Features:
- Made of acoustic foam and wood
- Easy to install
- Acts as both an absorber and diffuser
- Can be used as a bass trap
- Suitable for treating high and medium frequencies.
Vicoustic Wavewood Acoustic Panel Specifications:
- Dimensions (mm): 595 x 595 x 60
- Alpha with Shape Indicators: 0.65 (M)
- Absorption Frequency: Medium Frequencies
- NRC: 0.750
- Fire Class European (EN): Euroclass E
- Material: Wood
- Wood Type: Mdf Painted
- Foam Type: M1
- Edges: Angled
- Scratch Resistance: No
- Washable: No
- Installation Place: Wall, Ceiling
- Fixing Type: Glued.
Wall surfaces should be examined prior to installation, ensuring they are clean, smooth, and dry. If you have unpainted gypsum board surfaces, these should be primed with a drywall primer (or another material manufactured especially for the purpose), to equalize the absorption between the gypsum board face paper, joint compound, and skin coating materials. You should then apply the paint, and allow air circulation in order to dry the paint within the time frame specified by the paint manufacturer. Please ensure the paint is dry before installing the acoustic panel. Make sure the room has all the conditions necessary to receive the acoustic panels. After you apply the glue on the back of each acoustic panel, please ensure you hold the acoustic panel on the wall the required time (mentioned below), and ensure it stays fixed in place.
- Apply Vicoustic Flexi Glue at the back of the acoustic panel, near the edges. (As shown in Step 1).
- Apply Vicoustic Flexi Glue in the centre of the acoustic panel (As shown in Step 2).
- Apply the acoustic panel on the wall surface (As shown in Step 3).
- Leave the acoustic panel glued on the surface for 15 seconds (As shown in Step 4).
- Remove the acoustic panel slightly from the wall surface (approximately 2 cm) during 15 seconds (As shown in Step 5).
- Apply again the acoustic panel on the surface and hold for 1 minute and ensure it stays fixed in place (As shown in Step 6).
Please Note: Flexi Glue is not included but can be purchased separately from our website.