High-Performance DIY Acoustic Panels (Build Guide)

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DIY Perks

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In this video I'll be showing you how to build some very high performance acoustic sound absorption panels that look aesthetically superb. Consider visiting Patreon.com/DIYPerks to support what I do here on FIpost.
50MM Hexagonal Spacer:
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Shorter Standoffs:
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3D Printable Bracket:
drive.google.com/open?id=13BjW7t-nzwhGk6_2wpzPVMAwpOswcu5P

Kommentteja
AKJM
AKJM Päivä sitten
Once again, conflating the terms "sound absorption" and "acoustic treatment". These look good and sound fine, but they're very different concepts.
fresh cha
fresh cha 4 päivää sitten
You need a friend to test the sound me - search how to make a friend DIY
jolomies
jolomies 4 päivää sitten
Just want to tell you, you inspired me, and have had a a towel hanging on my wall a year now. i skipped all of your building stuff, and just have an exact cut to lenght pole as long as your towel figure a way to keep the towel nicely on it, Then hang a towel on the wall. it works and gets you 80% there with 20% effort. (as per the rule) it is a nice patterned grey towel, did have to buy that thing, the pole i had allready, just stole it from a cleaning supplies. its amazing how much it cut the echo of the room, and i get why people hang rugs on their walls.
Houstunnerful
Houstunnerful 8 päivää sitten
Just remember that fire proof materials should be used. Non fire proof sound insulation has caused many deaths. Look at the Station Night Club Fire.
XquizzeaT
XquizzeaT 8 päivää sitten
Would the fabric used to cover the panel make a diffrence in the absorption of sound? Let's say I would try to use a painted canvas to diy this, would the density of the canvas fabric cancel out some of the rockwools absorption?
wrxkyle
wrxkyle 14 päivää sitten
why would you do this in metal vs just cutting some 1x3 or 1x2 boards and wood gluing the joints together?
bldrnnr11
bldrnnr11 14 päivää sitten
How does this compare to your video in 2016 using old towels?
Katarzyna Wiszniewska
Katarzyna Wiszniewska 17 päivää sitten
hey man, will this stop me from hearing my neighbours through the walls?
zepeuf
zepeuf 19 päivää sitten
So, what about the towels solution?
dorunaH
dorunaH 23 päivää sitten
You've earned yourself a subscriber. Your content is awesome
Vladimir Lissoi
Vladimir Lissoi 25 päivää sitten
instead of insulation or foam, I've previously used bathroom towels. Get a load of them on sale, stack them together and voila, super sound absorption
Burak Jogurt
Burak Jogurt 25 päivää sitten
Guys in case you are using insulating mineral wool please do it in your garage or somewere outside with heavy protection throughout your body, specifically eyes. Even if its new or old it doesn't matter, particles can still cause major irritation and sometimes even cancer if inhaled. Please be carefull!
John Arizona
John Arizona 27 päivää sitten
^5
Franco
Franco Uukausi sitten
to perfection rows of RGB leds.
Ninjashadow
Ninjashadow Uukausi sitten
Imagine if he starts gaming
viniciusDC92
viniciusDC92 Uukausi sitten
aluminium industry stonks with this guy!
Nethaneel Sagun
Nethaneel Sagun Uukausi sitten
How does this stack up againts the towels?
Haleluya Getachew
Haleluya Getachew Uukausi sitten
Great demonstration!
Jonatan Widlund
Jonatan Widlund Uukausi sitten
Soo all I need is a 3-d printer...
Vincera Tops
Vincera Tops Uukausi sitten
what happened to the good old towels
Xavier
Xavier Uukausi sitten
What happened to towels ?
zamev
zamev Uukausi sitten
I hate my noisy neighbors. I will try your idea and hopefully I will be able to enjoy the silence in my apartment.
Tyler Scott
Tyler Scott Uukausi sitten
i am so stoked i found your channel and have already watched half a dozen videos. killer quality, creative solutions, clear and entertaining... you've got it all
SilverSkje
SilverSkje Uukausi sitten
Will this also help with not being able to hear the noise you make in your room, in the room next door?
Savun
Savun Uukausi sitten
Great video! Very clear instruction and explanation. Panels look great. I work graveyard and and need something to block out noise from roommates while sleeping during the day.... Will these work well?...
Anubhav Ojha
Anubhav Ojha Uukausi sitten
You look like theon greyjoy from game of thrones 😲
DIY Sayed
DIY Sayed 2 kuukautta sitten
Bro I am big fan of your i want to toke you something
Vladislav Korobov
Vladislav Korobov 2 kuukautta sitten
I think cardboard is much better for this project. It's durable enough, much easier to find and cheaper, can be easily shaped and very glue friendly. Also, it discards the need for 3d printed parts.
T Bread
T Bread 2 kuukautta sitten
Are these also useful for soundproofing a room, so my neighbours do not hear my music?
julianzz
julianzz 2 kuukautta sitten
I think i heard rock wool isnt goog for your lung when you breathe sth in
Leslley Scotte
Leslley Scotte 2 kuukautta sitten
My grade school library was fully carpeted. Floors and walls. The ceiling was a drop ceiling with random fabric panels. It was one of the quietest places I can remember being in.
james Johnson
james Johnson 2 kuukautta sitten
Just fyi: if you need a 3D printer and or a fully equipped workshop its not exactly DIY its *I'm actually a small scale shop owner who's made [ITEM] in my spare time
Yiannis Gavrilides
Yiannis Gavrilides 2 kuukautta sitten
What is the white material ?
Philipp Farnschläder
Philipp Farnschläder Uukausi sitten
upholstery sponge
Laura Brown
Laura Brown 2 kuukautta sitten
In Modern Living Rooms Everyone Using "SoundProof Curtains" That Stops Outside Noise by 80% (25 Db) Tested. Check Here: livesoundproof.com/best-soundproof-curtains/
Mortal
Mortal 2 kuukautta sitten
how does it compare to the blanket version?
Aura
Aura 2 kuukautta sitten
this could also be used to make LED Light panels with a adjustments to the design overall
Jason Wright
Jason Wright 2 kuukautta sitten
I was just about to go out and get those towels only to see this video pop up. now i'm confused.
ItsRash
ItsRash 2 kuukautta sitten
Huge difference man, great job!
Jake Downs
Jake Downs 2 kuukautta sitten
i’m over here making towel panels like “that’s cool tho”
Jakob Matthies
Jakob Matthies 2 kuukautta sitten
Asbestos is probably sound absorbing
Saint Arj
Saint Arj 2 kuukautta sitten
For anyone who sees my comment check out his other video where he uses towels, much easier to do in my opinion and just as good
Flo Möller
Flo Möller 2 kuukautta sitten
Cool content!
Official Four Seven Musical
Official Four Seven Musical 2 kuukautta sitten
Sir how to make DIY cheap studio monitors
Noah Alejandre
Noah Alejandre 3 kuukautta sitten
1. you need a 3d printer 2. you need a friend welp i dont have both
Spotfree Production
Spotfree Production 3 kuukautta sitten
this is wonderful, am supper excited let's go build ours
M Pando
M Pando 3 kuukautta sitten
"Hon, have you seen the new 800 thread count Egyptian Cotton sheets I just bought?"
Stitchy piper John Fitz
Stitchy piper John Fitz 3 kuukautta sitten
Would these help to stop noise passing through a wall to a neighbours house?
Quinby
Quinby 3 kuukautta sitten
Do these also work for sound proofing?
Worldy magus
Worldy magus 3 kuukautta sitten
not ideal for a musicstudio.........the triangels vibrate when the music has a high bass in it !.....to do just talinkg video's it is really good.......nice craftwerk btw ;-)
GUN2kify
GUN2kify 3 kuukautta sitten
#5:30 -- Wasn't another perk that found out towels was much better than these materials ?
Bruno Sol
Bruno Sol 3 kuukautta sitten
This ones vs the you ones you made out of towels?
MrSnipeit
MrSnipeit 3 kuukautta sitten
would these be useful in garage for blocking road noise ?
Lodewijk Hoogstraaten
Lodewijk Hoogstraaten 3 kuukautta sitten
4:39 damnit you need a friend for this build. Where can I buy one?
Lukáš Vonšík
Lukáš Vonšík 3 kuukautta sitten
Thank you for the inspiration! I tried to follow a made a few triangles. The worst thing was to get all the components from e-shop(s). I also decided to go for triangles with length of a=500 mm so I need to additionally cut ALU profiles. Also facing was kind of tricky for me, but the more I created the more I was skilled. Thank you again!
CptEddyPrice
CptEddyPrice 3 kuukautta sitten
I sound dead without any help
E N
E N 3 kuukautta sitten
great idea for diy panels. Even owning a 3d printer, there’s no way i could get the materials to equal $5 per panel. more like $20-25 for a 16in equilateral triangle frame.
dbltrplx
dbltrplx 3 kuukautta sitten
What size is the aluminum L bar you jack ass ? THAT WOULD FKING BE GOOD
D Blankenship
D Blankenship 3 kuukautta sitten
What about the use of towels? You did that video in 2016.
dbltrplx
dbltrplx 3 kuukautta sitten
The limey didn’t like my comments eh?
Ash Ronald
Ash Ronald 3 kuukautta sitten
Once you made these the first thing I thought of was cheap canvas panels, I guess the canvas itself would be quite hard and cause sound to bounce?
Andrei Darie
Andrei Darie 3 kuukautta sitten
if you have money for a 3d printer I'm guessing you have money to buy professional acoustic panels. who is this video for?
Cory Thomure Music
Cory Thomure Music 4 kuukautta sitten
How do the insulation panels compare with the towel panels that you made in another video?
Jade S
Jade S 4 kuukautta sitten
3d printer ahhhhh
Imperfectionist Gaming
Imperfectionist Gaming 4 kuukautta sitten
I love your videos and im not knocking what you just did but these are $2 a panel www.amazon.com/dp/B08DV2HZ95/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_Bo-9FbVH2CGB9?psc=1
Blade Viridian
Blade Viridian 4 kuukautta sitten
wait..what if the room's walls are concrete or brick?
Mark Jolley
Mark Jolley 4 kuukautta sitten
Good grief. You can buy foam panels on Amazon for about $1 each.
sour deezill
sour deezill 4 kuukautta sitten
you look like Ramsay from GOT and its off-putting me haha
Don
Don 4 kuukautta sitten
Anybody found an alternative to that Aluminum frame? I cant fine anything like those online
Dee Wells
Dee Wells 4 kuukautta sitten
I just hang a rug across the wall. Ditto for the floor. Creativity gave way to impatience. Works, like right now!
prabhu sethu
prabhu sethu 4 kuukautta sitten
Rock wool is the best compared to any other foam
Rob Zausner
Rob Zausner 4 kuukautta sitten
Matt you are so hot and have really nice eyes !!
GreenStrqfe
GreenStrqfe 4 kuukautta sitten
i dont have a drywall or a 3d printer or aluminium guess ill buy the cheap shit from amazon thats like 50 cents a piece
JMTechZ
JMTechZ 4 kuukautta sitten
I gave a like as soon as i heard this gentleman speak... this is like one of those Hi Movie intros..
Prod. Kuma
Prod. Kuma 4 kuukautta sitten
Ouuu this man on a perc
Stanisław StachuYankes Lis
Stanisław StachuYankes Lis 4 kuukautta sitten
SPOONGE
Kilravok
Kilravok 4 kuukautta sitten
The band practice rooms I used to practice at had cardboard egg pallets bolted to the walls and fluffy carpet glued over that. The carpet soaks up a lot of sound and the egg pallets reduced the presence of flat surface and hard angles, thereby scattering the sound and reducing revib
0RIG1N
0RIG1N 4 kuukautta sitten
Would be cool to add rgb to this concept!
Laura Brown
Laura Brown 4 kuukautta sitten
In Modern Living Room Everyone Using "SoundProof Curtains" That Stops Outside Noise by 80% (25 Db) Tested. Check Here: livesoundproof.com/best-soundproof-curtains/
Allan Hansen
Allan Hansen 4 kuukautta sitten
I like the idea of triangles. However, your corners are not sharp enough for my taste. Also, you are using the wrong absorption material. Foam and plain Rock Wool will not absorb as deep as high-density rock wool. You can buy this as near-solid sheets from both Rock Wool and Isover. Rockfon (not cheap) also sells these and they have acoustics graphs so you can see the performance. You can also add a little space behind the absorbers - it will let them absorb deeper frequencies.
Tassaczek
Tassaczek 4 kuukautta sitten
Man.. do not touch house insulation with bare hands! Always use gloves!!!
imalaz
imalaz 4 kuukautta sitten
Thanks for the video! Out of curiosity does the aluminium frame do anything other than hold everything? I would have thought that having metal would only make sound bounce around more.. Is it not possible to just sew a cover around the foam and hang it up? Essentially make wall cushions!?
Heccav
Heccav 4 kuukautta sitten
You are number one! Dude. Thank you!
TurnoverAce6
TurnoverAce6 4 kuukautta sitten
Ribbit insted of screws eaven cheaper
Introman 101
Introman 101 4 kuukautta sitten
DIY with hard to obtain materials and equipments. NO THANKS
Liqtor
Liqtor 4 kuukautta sitten
Superb project. Love it. However, you forgot the ceiling.
Michael comissiong
Michael comissiong 4 kuukautta sitten
Sponge Really//////////// a total waste of time and money .
Jason Tolley
Jason Tolley 4 kuukautta sitten
Would this work the same if you took a painters canvas, and filled that with the insulation instead?
Soldier16
Soldier16 4 kuukautta sitten
Can these reduce my wife's voice also?
DIWHY.LIFE
DIWHY.LIFE 5 kuukautta sitten
Holy guacamole that's a big difference! Nicely done as always!
Wesley Wamsley
Wesley Wamsley 5 kuukautta sitten
Yes, please compare these to your towel panels! I like the shape and may make towel panels with this shape and fabric vs the original square panels
Laura Brown
Laura Brown 5 kuukautta sitten
One of the Best Ideas of SoundProofing is "SoundProof Curtains" That Stops Outside Noise by 80% (25 Db) Tested. Check Here: livesoundproof.com/best-soundproof-curtains/
Danie Nel
Danie Nel 5 kuukautta sitten
Always superb content
Anshul Jain
Anshul Jain 5 kuukautta sitten
As an audio engineer, definitely appreciate this. I watched some other video of yours and was wondering how good your audio quality is as compared to some other youtubers
SreejethRK Malayalam Hindi Tamil Karaoke
SreejethRK Malayalam Hindi Tamil Karaoke 5 kuukautta sitten
Awesome
Lloyd Stout
Lloyd Stout 5 kuukautta sitten
What a joke!!! You can’t just start making panels!!! One must measure knowing the use case of the space. Stop listening to these people and hire a professional, that is if you are serious about solving the problems!!!
Miquel Martí
Miquel Martí 5 kuukautta sitten
Leaving an air gap btw. the panel and the wall would vastly increase LF absorbtion performance. Because of refraction and also getting quite more absorbing surface
DoragonDirudos
DoragonDirudos 5 kuukautta sitten
How good is this compared to towels?
Adam Power
Adam Power 5 kuukautta sitten
Great DIY project! You are a most resourceful bloke sir! Small point of pedantry - You only need to say "one, two" when testing a mic: the "one" is the bass, the "two" is the treble.
Daniel Blankenship
Daniel Blankenship 5 kuukautta sitten
What about the towels you used in your other video? Why didn’t you them?
niels bressers
niels bressers 5 kuukautta sitten
maybe a stupid question but what are the dimensions of the aluminum profiles?
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