Which Acoustic Panels/Boards to install on false ceiling?

Mayank Shah

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Hello, False ceiling work is underway in my living room and the frame work has been almost done. Though the living room is a largish rectangle, the listening area of the 2 ch setup is approximately 16 x 14. The listening couch being about 10 feet from the speakers. Normal POP (gypsum) boards would be fixed in most of the area, but I was wondering if there are any 6 x 4 or 8 x 4 Acoustic panels which can be fixed over the listening area. The air gap between the boards and the original ceiling is about 4 to 5 inches. I can install more cross channels to accommodate smaller sized acoustic Panels/boards as well.

I know that this is a very generalized question and a lot of other factors involved here, but any suggestions are welcome. I glanced at the Auralex Exchange Wood Weave, which seems to be very aesthetic as well. Thanks. Stay safe.
 
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srinisundar

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For me normal Armstrong ceiling tiles serves the purpose.. Check the site, they have specifically made for acoustic purpose too.
 
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