Today's product comparison has Music Critic comparing the Value Acoustic Studio Foam Wedges to the OWENS Acoustic Insulation Bass Traps. Find out what separates these two items with the full comparison review below. This product comparison article is just one in a series titled 10 of the Best Bass Traps - 2020 Review
Everyone has different preferences, and we hope our frank reviews will make your decision easier. First, we will take a look at the Value Acoustic Studio Foam Wedges.
The challenger is the OWENS Acoustic Insulation Bass Traps. OWEN's bass panels are one of the best in the industry, thanks to them being manufactured not from foam but from fiberglass. This seemingly minor alternation makes them the 1# choice when choosing acoustic bass traps for any studio, office or room. You can get a pack of 12 of OWEN's bass trap for under 100$, which is great quality and quantity compared to other offers available on the market now.
Coming in various densities (mainly 1”, 2” and 4”) these bass traps are perfect for anyone that needs specific thicknesses and measurements combine with a quality product. Although these bass traps weigh significantly more than the previously listed panels, it’s for good reason. They are dense and therefore make for excellent acoustic sound panels that won’t let any kinds of echoes through. They are still rather light-weight but can be considered rigid and durable.
|HEAD TO HEAD COMPARISON|
|Value Acoustic Studio Foam Wedges||OWENS Acoustic Insulation Bass Traps|
+ Very affordable
+ Varying densities
+ Great for DIY panels
+ Made of fiberglass instead of foam
|WHAT OUR TEAM THOUGHT|
|It’s hard to not be compelled by this product, especially since it’s listed as the second best product in acoustical treatment section by Amazon’s standards. Coming in a pack of 12,24 or 48 you will have no trouble adjusting the bundles to supplying your room of choice||Having so many density options and being made of fiberglass, it’s easy to see why many people choose OWEN’s bass traps. They are a great product for insulting noise from either outside or in and allowing for enjoyable and stress-free recording and practice sessions where you will get the most out of your instruments!|
Check out Music Critic's in-depth article 10 of the Best Bass Traps - 2020 Review which includes even more information.