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Thanks for the info, I assume the metal door had a flat surface to work with correct? Was it a pre-hung door? If so did you have to modify the casing to accomodate the thickness of the wood panel?
Yes, the door was flat and pre-hung. It has about a 2" metal frame that sits about 3/8" proud of the sheetrock wall. The stiles on either side of the door are 3/4" by 4". After adding the 1/4" plywood to the wall up to the metal door frame, the metal frame was 1/8" proud of the plywood. I rabbeted the stiles 1/8" by 2" so the stiles would sit tight on the plywood. No need to modify the casing.
 

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Cement bonded decorative wood panels can be categorized as natural sound absorption material. The decorative wooden panels dissipate acoustic energy through their cell structure by gradually convert the energy into heat. Decorative wood panels for walls have a good sound absorbing level, especially at higher frequency.
 

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Here's a interesting fact, sound absorption is good in decorative wood panels for walls, especially at higher frequencies. When ornamental wood panels are coupled with a coating of mineral wool, the absorption of the walls rises. The sound absorption wood wall decoration is a unique way to add interest to sound-absorbing ceilings and walls.

 

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