AcoustiPack ULTIMATE PC Soundproofing Kit For All PC Cases

AcoustiPack ULTIMATE PC Soundproofing Kit (APU) for All PC Cases

Acousti Products Ltd
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Product Overview Acousti's new multi-layered composition has a low reflection upper surface (opposite the noise source) with a high density plastic acoustic barrier layer either 'suspended' in the centre of the acoustic foam layer, or at the base of the composite. Both 2- and 3-layer composites offer excellent sound energy attenuation because multi-layer composites are more effective than single layer soundproofing materials.

AcoustiPack™ composite materials are dense but still flexible, and come with a strong self-adhesive backing. The soundproofing materials come with instructions and can easily be cut to shape before fitting. Unlike other noise reduction materials, the 'pick-and-place' self-adhesive allows the installer to have a second attempt at positioning the materials if they make a mistake first time round!

The acoustic materials, including the adhesives, have been carefully selected and thoroughly tested to meet stringent UL94 international flammability standards. In this respect they lead the market in quality and safety.
Features AcoustiPack™ ULTIMATE

AcoustiPack™ ULTIMATE sets a new standard for PC soundproofing material kits, where maximum noise reduction is required in a limited space. This multi-layer materials kit includes three sheets; two 2-layer (4mm thick) sheets and one 3-layer sheet made from Acousti's latest generation materials, providing superb levels of noise reduction despite the thickness being only 7mm. This soundproofing kit is designed to reduce the noise emanating from noisy PCs with case sizes ranging from standard ATX up to larger E-ATX and even pedestal server cases used by gamers, power-users and small business users.

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Details
Duration:
4 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
120 days
RTB Period:
4 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
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Telephone:
0871 472 4747
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Reviews
AcoustiPack ULTIMATE PC Soundproofing Kit (APU) for All PC Cases is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Definite impact on sound quality Very big foam sheets with some real heft to them, they really feel weighty. Easy to cut with a decent razor knife and sticks well to case panels. Enough foam to actually cover the side panels for two uATX mini towers I had around. The foam, especially the 3-layer sheet, deadens sounds and takes out a lot of unpleasant "rattle" out of the case. It won't make a big impact for a well-built case with heavy, solid panels but is great when stuck into budget cases or pre-built PCs (e.g. Dell machines).
Date published: 2016-08-26
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