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Colstick®, Material For Modular Sound Isolation from Colsound.


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Colsound Colstick® tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Colsound
  • Model: Colstick®
  • Category: Material For Modular Sound Isolation
  • Added in our database on: 02/08/2013

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Colsound Colstick® user reviews

Average Score:3.0(3/5 based on 1 review)
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VvSurLeRiddim05/13/2013

VvSurLeRiddim's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Mixed feelings: good idea, but not suitable for all cases"

Colsound Colstick®
- How long have you use it?
1 month, for my cab miking.

- Have you tried many other models before buying it?
I know of no real equivalent.
I have however tried before that double-sided tape and adhesive velcro, in both cases the adhesive (sticky even strongly) does not adhere to the foam.
With this system, the adhesive side of the stickers is not intended to stick to the foam, but the wall and from this point of view there is no problem, it sticks hard. The fixture on the wall (= absorber or basstrap generally) is given to it when bitten by a scribe that crosses the adhesive.

- What is the particular feature you like best and least?

Goodies:
+ No need to spread the walls of glue
+ Easy to ask
+ Cheap
+ The stickers are plastic and very strong, so that you can take off without them tear, and glue is strong so you can reuse.

The -:
- The stickers stick so well that the peeling is likely to tear the wall paint (and wallpaper it must be even worse). So not only does the risk of damaging the wall, but also the sticker is so screwed.
- THE BIGGEST PROBLEM: the spikes do not fit very well in the sticker, if the foam is a little too heavy (depending on the type of foam), it quickly pulls the spikes (and drops absorber with pikes still embedded in) or it makes them look down (and absorber slip spikes and falls too). Conclusion: it only works for very light as those who colsound texture approaching almost polystyrene foams. I set anti-flutter slabs colsound ST 415 without problems. In contrast to file foam plates pyramid "the t.akustik 1030" and corner "the t.akustik CBT-37" basstraps (see Thomann) it's not good at all: the foam is too soft and heavy and it broke off the mouth without even putting right to distribute the weight. Result: I was forced - death in the soul - back to the good old contact adhesive neoprene (thinking about my deposit and cleaning / paint job to come before giving the keys to my apartment the day where I'd go) ... and I have a lot of stickers on the arms.

- How would you rate the quality / price?
The stickers are good quality, but the fixing spikes lacking.
Fortunately, the price is very affordable, so it's not a big loss.

- With experience, you do again this choice? ...
Only to fix very light and rigid as that of in colsound foam.
For more traditional such as t.akustik or against it by Auralex foam does not go, it is better to forget.
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