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(Please note that although I’m a podcaster, I’m not a professional acoustics expert or sound engineer. I did my best trying to test these panels against each other and share the results, but if you’re expecting a PRO level analysis, this is not the place).

There are a lot of options for acoustical and sound proofing solutions for recording podcasts and videos, but I was just curious – which works better: cheap egg crate sound panels you can buy on Amazon, or professional acoustical treatment solutions?

Well, let’s test and see!

Big thanks to Audimute for hooking us up with their line of Standard Acoustic Panels for this test, which you can find here

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