ASC IsoWall System
Whether you are building a recording studio, dedicated home theater, or simply looking for superior sound insulation, nothing works better than ASC Iso-Walls. This unique construction system has been developed over 15 years in the design and building of professional recording studios. Now, this proven system is fast becoming a requirement in the construction of custom home theater and hifi audio rooms.
Today's home entertainment systems, with large subwoofers, have as much explosive bass power as found in most recording studios. Typical construction methods are simply not adequate for handling these high dB levels. The IsoWall system was designed from the onset with high-level musical playback in mind.
Early in 2004, a camera crew from This Old House visited the showroom at Goodwins High End. They were there to discuss electronics for an upcoming home theater project. When the discussion led to ASC Walldamp+Iso soundproofing for a basement home theater, the crew zoomed in and started rolling the cameras. ► More Info...
The ASC Iso-Wall uses a proven soundproofing method called resilient channel to isolate the interior walls of a room. We then improved the idea by adding low frequency sound damping and vibration control. The result, installed in hundreds of high end audio rooms, is the only soundproofing system engineered for high volume audio playback.
By utilizing our proprietary WallDamp material (a visco-elastic polymer) throughout the system, low frequency sound energy is absorbed into the wall. This reduces bass feedback and shuddering walls, and results in a clean, rich sound with well-balanced frequency response.
If you have a home theater or studio, and you need to run cables through your soundproofed wall, consider the CablePassThru.
The ASC Iso-Wall comes as a complete kit and is designed to be affordable and easy-to-install by any contractor or the do-it-yourself homeowner.
To estimate how much Walldamp+Iso, use our Walldamp+Iso Ultra Estimator.
- Soundproofing for Home Theater
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- Installation Overview