Product Information

Audimute offers visually appealing products that not only help with acoustics but also counteracts as home and office décor. Hang from the ceiling, the wall or use our materials in your reconstruction or construction project to solve your acoustic issues. Our products are made with recycled materials, non-toxic, and are NRC and STC tested. Audimute Acoustic Specialists are trained to guide you to the most effective yet cheapest sound solution for your personal or commercial spaces.

From Acoustic Panels to Ceiling Clouds to sound barriers like Peacemaker®, Audimute has just what you need to satisfy your sound absorption and soundproofing needs.



Anatomy of an Acoustic Panel

The purpose of acoustic panels is to reduce reflected sound and dampen the echo and reverberation (by as much as 60%) in a properly treated space. Audimute’s acoustical panels are innovative, eco-friendly panels using materials from the U.S.A.. Audimute panels are available in multiple options such as Fabric Acoustic Panels, AcoustiColor® panels, or Gallery Wrapped Acoustic Panels.


Anatomy of acoustic panel



eco-C-tex® vs. Acoustic Foam and Fiberglass 

Improve the acoustics in your space with Audimute's new eco-friendly material, eco-C-tex. Audimute’s environmentally engineered health safe acoustics will perform as well or better than studio foam for sound absorption.


eco-C-tex



Soundproof Panels vs. Acoustic Panels

Did you know that soundproofing and sound absorption are two completely different acoustic solutions? Knowing the difference between the two will lead you to identify the perfect solution.


soundproof panels vs. acoustic panels



Best Panel Placement for Improving Acoustics

Do you know the best acoustic panel placement to improve your acoustics? The ideal scenario is to incorporate acoustic panels in your decor. In fact, most Audimute panels come in an array of color choices and even custom images options meaning that your friends won’t know that what they are looking at is an acoustic panel lending to the comfort of the room.


improving acoustics



Fire Rated vs. Non-fire Rated Panels

The Class A fire rating means that the materials used in the acoustic wall treatments have received the highest rating possible under the ASTM E-84, a test that measures the burning characteristics of building materials. Our main product line includes Audimute Acoustic Panels and Bass Traps (4" panels) made of only Class A fire-rated acoustic materials. Our panels, unless otherwise specified, are covered by Class A Fire-Rated fabric by Guilford of Maine.


Fire rated vs. non fire rated acoustics



Acoustic Panels vs. Bass Traps

The main difference between Acoustic Panels and Bass Traps is the frequency that each effectively treat. An acoustic panel (1.5" or 2” panel) is most effective at eliminating high-frequency noise while low-frequency noise problems requires bass traps (4" panels).


bass traps



What are Absorption Sheets?

Cut costs and noise with Audimute's Sound Absorption Sheets. Our Sheets have been NRC tested, are portable and are easy to install. To learn more about our Sheets, contact on of our Acoustic Specialists at 1.866.505.MUTE.


What are Audimute Absorption Sheets?



What is Peacemaker?

Peacemaker, an acoustic insulation material used as a sound barrier, comes in three different densities to match your soundproofing needs. Use Peacemaker in your home, your studio or your office space to block the transmission of sound between rooms.


What is Peacemaker?


To get more information on our acoustic products, fill out a free Room Analysis Form or contact one of our Acoustic Specialists via phone 1.866.505.MUTE, live chat, or our Contact Us page.