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    Sound Baffle / Acoustic Panel

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    Hey yall here is a DIY that I did myself tonight I used 3/4" pvc pipe a piece of 1/8" paneling and the roxul mineral wool insulation aval. here it is 2" thick w/ the burlap material I am gonna lay a couple tracks to see how well it works in behind a mic.
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    Looks good. How did you attach the paneling etc to the frame if I may ask?

    JC
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    That looks nice and cheap, as in inexpensive. Good idea, I might steal it from ya!!

    peace.

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    ok I will be making 3 more of these and I will take pics as I progress through the process. I used simple 1" X 2" boards the pvc pieces are 36" joints I mounted the wood to the pvc using 3/8 bolts and nuts. I plan on attacking another one today. So hopefully I will be able to post some pics later this evening or tomorrow. Hope that this helps some of you all.

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    looks good! Keep us updated!

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    Very good.

    (Looks a lot like my version that I've been posting here on the board for over a year... I have similarly suggested that you can hang OC703 or rockwool in it.)
    http://www.palmcitystudios.com/timob...oundbooth.html

    ;-))

    3/4" pvc is still fairly flexible. I found 1.25" to be better for self-standing units and can be assembled with no glue, making it collapsable for storage....

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    after finishing one today it is a bit heavier because of the wood I used on the back and grant it that most of the wood is stuff I have lying around the garage and basement. I wish I would have used 1 and 1/4" pvc for mine but it will work for now I will be getting 1/8" subfloor material for the backs one day next week when I get a day off from my real job. Here are a few more pics though.
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    one more pic of both side by side.
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    made a mistake in the material list sorry about that I listed that I used 3/4 " pvc when it is actually 1" pvc

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimOBrien View Post
    Very good.

    (Looks a lot like my version that I've been posting here on the board for over a year... I have similarly suggested that you can hang OC703 or rockwool in it.)
    http://www.palmcitystudios.com/timob...oundbooth.html

    ;-))

    3/4" pvc is still fairly flexible. I found 1.25" to be better for self-standing units and can be assembled with no glue, making it collapsable for storage....
    Man, I just caught this today. Great link. Thanks for the instructions!

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