WNAMM13: A Solution For Standing Waves And Flutter Echo

Auralex introduces Studiofoam T Acoustic Absorption Panels      31/01/13

WNAMM13: A Solution For Standing Waves And Flutter Echo


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Auralex Acoustics has introduced its new Studiofoam T. Here's what they have to say about it...

Auralex's latest Studiofoam profile, Studiofoam T provides the absorption performance that Studiofoam is famous for with a more contemporary look. Studiofoam T eliminates standing waves and flutter echo while reducing unwanted reflections.  The unique 2" profile is available in a 2' x 2' or 2' x 4' format and can be mixed with other Auralex Studiofoam profiles, making possible a wide variety of aesthetic designs.

The new panels' unique design features a repeating T profile pattern, making them appropriate for a variety of professional and residential applications. The panels are available in three popular colors and are made from Auralex's long-lasting, melamine-free formula, which won't crumble with age. The Auralex Studiofoam T was developed out of Auralex's clients' desire to have a price-conscious Studiofoam solution with a completely unique and modern aesthetic. This upscale design offers increased low-frequency absorption and a tasteful, seamless appearance.

Features:

  • Eliminates standing waves and flutter echo
  • Reduces unwanted reflections
  • Decreases slap-back and room ring
  • Tames full-frequency bandwidth
  • Available colors: charcoal, burgundy & purple
  • Unique aesthetic at home in residential settings
  • Easy installation using Foamtak™ spray adhesive, Tubetak Pro™ liquid adhesive or E-Z Stick Pro™ Tabs
  • Proprietary Auralex formula that lasts and lasts



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