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Acoustic panels are a popular acoustic solution for combating a range of sound issues in a variety of applications. We offer an extensive range of acoustic wall panels that treat and prevent common problems such as reverberation, echo, and uncomfortably high noise levels.

Whether you’re completing an office fit out, addressing noise control within a classroom, or setting up a home cinema, acoustic wall panels can help you achieve your desired interior both visually and acoustically.

At Muffle, we offer acoustic panels from several leading brands including Ecophon, BuzziSpace, and Fluffo. Our collection of acoustic panels is extensive, with a diverse mix of colours, styles, designs, shapes, and sizes available as well as catering for a range of budgets.

Shop our collection of high-performance acoustic wall panels from several leading brands. Our acoustic panels are available in a diverse mix of colours, designs, shapes, and sizes, that cater to a wide range of budgets.
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Acoustic wall panels offer the perfect blend of improved sound quality and stunning interior decor.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do acoustic panels really work?

Acoustic panels are highly effective at absorbing sound, reducing echo, and establishing better ambiances in a range of environments. Whilst acoustic panels are successful at reducing noise levels, they can’t block sound completely.

Blocking sound (soundproofing) is different to acoustics. Acoustic treatment controls the way sound behaves within a space to better the sound environment within it whereas soundproofing is about preventing sound from exiting/entering a room. To soundproof, the materials you use will need to be much denser than an acoustic panel. Acoustic panels can help to reduce noise levels, but they won’t prevent sound transference from room to room. To do that, you need a product with a higher mass, such as this self-adhesive wall tile.

How many acoustic panels do I need?

How many acoustic panels you need depends on several factors: the size of your space, what you use the room for, the size of your wall panel, and your acoustic requirements. However, a good rule of thumb is to cover at least 30% of hard surfaces with acoustic treatment.

How do you install acoustic panels?

Typically, acoustic panels can be installed using construction glue or screws. Construction glue is quick and simple – apply the glue to the back of the panel or the desired surface (some glues require application to both surfaces) then hold in place till firmly attached. Screws can vary from panel to panel, but full installation instructions are available on each product page.

Some acoustic panels have a self-adhesive backing, making installation as simple as peeling the protective backing and sticking to your desired surface.

How do acoustic panels work?

When a sound wave hits a hard surface, it will reflect off the surface and bounce back into the room. When a sound wave hits a soft surface such as an acoustic panel, the wave will be absorbed and not reflected. By absorbing sound, acoustic panels prevent reverberation and noise build up, successfully treating noisy or echoey environments.

Where do I place acoustic panels?

Acoustic panel placement can alter the acoustic effect. By strategically placing acoustic panels at the height of sound (e.g. head height in meeting rooms), spacing them out evenly, and alternating across parallel walls, you can get the most out of your acoustic panels.