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Vicoustic Flexi Screen LitePublished on 04/28/10 at 05:21
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I received my Vicoustic Flexi Lite Screen this morning, and I'm testing with recording voice from my room, acoustically untreated.
I have not tried other models. However, I have been testing the foam's acoustic genre.

Pros:
-It really works for the reflections that are well broken but if you scream too loudly.
-Ease of use
-The quality of the foam
Cons:
"They say you can adjust the height and depth, which is true. However, one thing I was rather disgusted: in depth, we can not settle on just 5cm. With a cardioid, its effectiveness is reduced. If you could go more in depth, lateral thinking would be even more absorbed.
"I would say though" the price ", but I know that acoustic...…
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I received my Vicoustic Flexi Lite Screen this morning, and I'm testing with recording voice from my room, acoustically untreated.
I have not tried other models. However, I have been testing the foam's acoustic genre.

Pros:
-It really works for the reflections that are well broken but if you scream too loudly.
-Ease of use
-The quality of the foam
Cons:
"They say you can adjust the height and depth, which is true. However, one thing I was rather disgusted: in depth, we can not settle on just 5cm. With a cardioid, its effectiveness is reduced. If you could go more in depth, lateral thinking would be even more absorbed.
"I would say though" the price ", but I know that acoustic foam quality is expensive.

To also know that this foam can be attached easily to a wall, and serve as basic acoustic treatment. That's a big plus for me.

Regarding the installation is fairly simple, but no, it does not fix in 15 seconds: unscrew the suspension of the microphone, place the screen, tighten the suspension and settle at best.

With experience, I probably would do this election if I had the same budget. Otherwise, I would take a pack of acoustic foam to treat my room completely, or to build me a cab pickups.

Also note that I've recorded a short test, which unfortunately does not say much about the quality of the beast: my room is full and its acoustics are not disastrous. Also, I will register a new test in my hallway, which gives particularly ugly thoughts and audible.
http://www.la-dgsce.com/celebo/testvicousticflexiscreenlite.wav
Record crude (I only normalize) to wav and 16-bit uncompressed. The first batch is with the screen, the second is FREE. Even if it does not get along really well I push my voice to the sound is loud enough to reverberate. When I talk normally with the screen, no reflection is audible.

There. Conclusion, then yes, it works fine (and very good for a person not to yell into the microphone), but obviously it does not replace a sound recording booth soundproofed and acoustically treated.

I put 9 / 10: it makes very good job in my opinion.
I will return in some time to update my opinion if it were to change.
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Art&ProdArt&Prod

Functional but not more

Vicoustic Flexi Screen LitePublished on 01/26/11 at 04:06
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I is not tested anything else.
It isolates the piece but not the top either
the cabin is a good BA13 big curtain behind me but the sound slap in the parts of that j'apuis on "A" Flexi screen a bit too "lite" by some, but removes the fault of the piece remains the default for the one who hears it ...
The setting or rather lay the foam on its attachment makes me think that poses a DJ on two turntables plastic genre: children's toy

Finally it is the image for comparison
The foam is not even military to keep its shape.
Clearly I strongly de-board!
Of a good curtain hanging from the ceiling is more radical!
My opinion is that they should receive the foam roller so it has a curved...…
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I is not tested anything else.
It isolates the piece but not the top either
the cabin is a good BA13 big curtain behind me but the sound slap in the parts of that j'apuis on "A" Flexi screen a bit too "lite" by some, but removes the fault of the piece remains the default for the one who hears it ...
The setting or rather lay the foam on its attachment makes me think that poses a DJ on two turntables plastic genre: children's toy

Finally it is the image for comparison
The foam is not even military to keep its shape.
Clearly I strongly de-board!
Of a good curtain hanging from the ceiling is more radical!
My opinion is that they should receive the foam roller so it has a curved piece of steel that must cost them bugger all in series
and he gives it for 90 Euro?? not worth it to me ^ m not ten!
At this price you make the m ^ me!





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  • Manufacturer: Vicoustic
  • Model: Flexi Screen Lite
  • Category: Material For Modular Sound Isolation
  • Added in our database on: 11/27/2008

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Other names: flexi screen lite, flexiscreenlite

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