The Valhalla Series is exclusive to Skunkworks Audio. This series is a mixture of our Nero and Earth series of products, seamlessly fused together to create the most advanced sound absorbing and diffusing solution on the market today.


The depth or thickness of panels directly correlates with the amount of low-frequency absorption achieved. As thickness increases, the amount of low frequency absorption increases as well

I.e. The thicker the panel, the greater the absorption!

Half the battle when treating small rooms is to obtain a smooth bass response without over-dampening the high-end. A room filled with full range absorption panels will absorb too much of the high frequency content, resulting in a dull and muddy room response. Finding an even balance of low end absorption while maintaining the high-end will yield maximum results.

The Valhalla Series is ideal for creating an even balance of low end absorption without losing high frequency presence. The unique front facia plate not only gives your panel a stylish appearance but also helps reflect/scatter high frequency content in your room giving proper balance.


The Valhalla Series not only performs well in critical listening environments (audio rooms or studios) but is a perfect fit for any room in your home. They are also ideal for public places where the room acoustics interfere with your enjoyment. It could be your workplace or a local restaurant where speech intelligibility is compromised or the room has too much reverberation or is too loud.


Whatever the space – living room, an office conference room, restaurant dining room, meeting room, hotel lobby, house of worship, lecture hall, or school cafeteria – balancing room acoustics is vital.


The Valhalla Series panels are the ideal solution which will create balance and remove reverberance.

Diffusion is the last piece of the puzzle. Unlike absorption, which removes energy from the sound, therefore removing it from the room, diffusion doesn't remove the energy, it's reflected back into the room. But unlike the exposed hard surfaces that reflect the sound energy straight back into the room, diffusion will instead disperse that energy in a splayed pattern. This way the sound comes back into the room without losing energy, but splayed enough that it doesn't bounce back and forth between two parallel surfaces.

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