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Auralex Acoustics ProMAX Panels
Portable StudioFoam absorbers
Designed as a portable, lightweight sound absorption treatment, ProMAX panels are flexible, simple to set up and transport, and easily assembled and disassembled. They can be moved easily and positioned to reduce audible reflections in any recording or listening environment. The panels can also be grouped together to form a portable vocal booth on the fly and can be positioned around a drum kit to ìtuneî room sounds in recordings. Able to be extended up to 8', the panels feature an adjustable contour for precision positioning.
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