Auralex Acoustics Sustain Diffusor Series


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Auralex Acoustics Sustain Diffusor Series WavePrism

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Made from 100 percent eco-friendly bamboo, the Sustain Diffusor Series includes the WavePrism, WaveLens, Quadratec, Peak Pyramid Diffusor and KeyPacs. WavePrism eliminates flutter echoes and other acoustical anomalies. WaveLens' open-boxed design scatters and redirects acoustical energy. Quadratec Diffusor's tiered design provides scattering, resulting in a warm, musical character to the dispersed sound. Peak Pyramid Diffusor provides high quality sound diffusion while also doubling as an effective bass trap when filled with absorptive material. KeyPacs are magnet-based panels that have the ability to mount to Auralex ProPanels or Studiofoam. Since most rooms are not dedicated to one particular application, these perforated absorption covers allow users to have a more live or dry room on the fly without having to reconfigure the entire space.
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