Acoustic panels control echo and reverberation in a room. Most commonly used to resolve speech intelligibility issues in commercial soundproofing treatments. Most panels are constructed with a wooden frame, filled with sound absorption material (mineral wool, fiber glass, cellulose, open cell foam, or combination of) and wrapped with fabric. Acoustic Panels are also referred to as Sound Absorption Panels, Soundproof Panels, or Sound Panels. 
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