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Typical absorbers only absorb in the high and mid frequencies, causing the room to sound unnaturally "dead." Aural Sonic touts specs that show even absorption at all frequencies. At less than 1" thick, Aural Sonic has soundproofing capabilities equivalent to conventional absorbers that are 10x thicker. If applied across an entire wall, it can have soundproofing qualities of a 10" wall. Because Aural Sonic delays reflections, it makes the room seem larger than it is. The delay also creates a considerable enhancement in sound.
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