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Speaker Grill Cloth Black Yard 70" Wide
What is the actual height of the material?
I see the width is 70" but i want to know how much height there is.
Item is sold by the linear yard, so the "height" is your choice, in 1 yard increments.
Date published: 2011-11-19
Can anyone attest to the acoustic transparency of this cloth?
Want to make a new grill for my HT speakers but want to make sure this cloth isn't gonna color my sound
Loose, maybe down a couple of dB at 20 kHz, 1 dB at 15 kHz -- you'll never hear it. Stretched tight, no attenuation in band, but you run the risk of the material running like a stocking.
Date published: 2012-11-08
Can this speaker cloth be used to effectively cover rigid fiberglass to make a bass trap or acoustic panel?
Yes, this could be used to cover fiberglass or mineral fiber in a trap or gobo.But any natural fiber loose-weave cloth will work in an acoustic panel. Your ears are not inside the panel. You shouldn't care if the cloth absorbs some high frequencies. Grille cloth is specifically made to pass all frequencies with little attenuation (and thus is more expensive). I have used cotton sheets on sale with excellent results.I have not tried to sew grille cloth. That might be problematical. If your plan involves sewing, you might want to consider something a little less acoustically transparent (but easier to sew) from a fabric shop.
Date published: 2012-06-16
Restoring JBL L100 grille frames; is this a suitable material?
I'm restoring (8) grille frames for JBL L100 speakers. The frames have a very sheer black fabric stretched tightly across the face of the grille; this fabric is not exposed but merely serves as a support, or backing for the thick "Quadrex"-patterned acoustical foam material which is glued down over it. Would this material be suitable for this purpose, or should I use the thicker (Mellotone Premium) material? Thank you.
This will work fine for that application.
Date published: 2013-03-15