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Portable acoustic absorber
This portable acoustic absorber is designed with two folding side arms that straighten to support a 4' x 6' section of acouStac. Built with 26oz DFR wool, the panel easily expands/collapses from/to its travel bag to provide sound absorption for location-based performances/recording. Designed completely using customer wishlists/feedback, the acouPoP allows increased focus and effectiveness for performance/recording on or offsite. Backed by independent sound lab testing, the coefficient properties are certified. One person can set the acouPoP into position and setup/break down in less than three minutes. Use one or multiple units depending on performance space requirements.
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