Portable Studio Absorption Treatment

Auralex is shipping the DeskMAX Stand-Mounted Acoustical Panels      20/02/17

Portable Studio Absorption Treatment


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Auralex tells us that they are now shipping the DeskMAX Stand-Mounted Acoustical Panels. This is what they have to say about them...

The DeskMAX is designed as a portable, lightweight, variable and highly effective absorption treatment. It is designed for both permanent recording and makeshift setups (for instance, podcasting), mixing and live performance applications. 

Equally appropriate in the studio, classroom, home office or on the stage, DeskMAX can be used anywhere boundary-mounted acoustical treatments aren't feasible or desired. It is ideal for musicians and voiceover professionals working in rented spaces and can also be used as a very effective amplifier and speaker cabinet baffle.

The pair of 2'x2'x3" DeskMAX panels are made from Auralex Studiofoam®, mount to the included desktop stands and store in a convenient travel bag that accommodates both panels and stands.


Features:

  • Portable nearfield acoustic treatment
  • Perfect for voiceover work, podcasts and more
  • Available Colors: Charcoal Gray, Burgundy & Purple
  • 2' wide x 2' tall x 3" thick
  • Convenient Travel Bag included


Pricing and Availability:
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