looking for this soundproofing material...

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  1. UFO

    UFO Sr Member

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    anyone know what this stuff is?or where i could find some?
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  2. Great_Bizarro

    Great_Bizarro Sr Member

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    It looks like Joe Friday to me. :D
    I havn't seen any of that type of tile for over 20yrs, you might check with someone that sells recycled building materials. I think they were used for ceiling tiles for the most part.
     
  3. Smiling Demon

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  4. jlee562

    jlee562 Sr Member

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    Acoustic ceiling tiles, I've never actually seen it used as a wall covering, as they're not very good for soundproofing, IMO.
     
  5. Gilmortar

    Gilmortar Sr Member

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    are you wanting to truky soundproof a room? or just using them for replication?
     
  6. UFO

    UFO Sr Member

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    its Bill Gannon, actually...Friday's partner. ;)

    nah...not gonna use em for actual soundproofing....i just want to use it for replication....
     
  7. JOHNLP (OBI-JOHN)

    JOHNLP (OBI-JOHN) New Member

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    Those are 12X12 "random drill" acoustic tiles.
    http://www.acousticfoam.com/ceilings-ac-woodfiber.html

    The sample on the link looks a bit different, but that is what those are. The straight drill was more standard in radio stations and other buildings needing sound proofing. :)
     
  8. Jedirick

    Jedirick Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Those were the family romper room rage in the early sixties. Helped my dad do our ceiling with them back then.


    Don't know how authentic you wanted to go but...

    Good chance those pictured were asbestos.
     
  9. dropshipbob

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    :eek Crap. My entire Jr. High was covered with those.
     

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