The purpose of acoustic treatment is to improve the quality of sound in a room. Common problems are echoes and excess ambiance, too much or too little bass, poor stereo imaging and localisation, unclear movie dialog, and generally muddy sound. Low frequencies are often the biggest problem, with response variations as large as 35 dB, especially in smaller rooms.
For recording engineers, mixes that seem fine in your control room sound boomy or thin when played elsewhere. If you can’t hear bass instruments clearly it’s impossible to create mixes that sound good everywhere. For audiophiles and home theatre owners, bass instruments sound boomy and ill-defined, movie dialog is difficult to understand at low volumes, and the excess ambience turns music into an incoherent mess.
Great for use in room corners. The corrugated, wave pattern is excellent for a broad reduction of reflections, reverb and flutter echo in the low-frequency region.
– Designed to help eliminate low frequency from building up in corners
– Perfect for use in home recording studios and home theatre setups
– Helps reduce standing waves, room echo, excess reflections and reverberation
– Bass trap: designed for low-frequency ranges
– Easy installation – attach with staples, nails, tacks, or glue
– UV filter helps minimize colour fading
– Dimensions (mm): 495(h) x 290(w) x 290(d).
– Diagonal: 420mm
– Pack of 1 large bass trap
– Open cell polyurethane acoustic foam
– Density: 27kg/m^3
– Hardness: 150
– Colour: Charcoal