AES06SF: Do It In Suede

Auralex Acoustics introduces Sonosuede Pro System studio room treatment      06/10/06
AES06SF: Do It In Suede


Auralex Acoustics have introduced the SonoSuede Pro System at AES. A highly decorative and complete do-it-yourself room treatment system ideal for professional and home recording studios, the SonoSuede Pro System helps tame first reflections and low frequency anomalies.
Consisting of four 16�x48�x2� thick back-beveled panels predominantly used for corner trapping, and eight 16�x48�x1� rectangular-shaped back-bevelled panels for a total of 64 square feet, Auralex say the SonoSuede Pro System’s distinctive design is a cost-effective solution offering a multitude of decorative options. Additionally, the system’s unique mounting blocks provide superior acoustic and exceptional aesthetic benefits.
Tracy Chandler, the Auralex Acoustics director of sales and marketing told us, “Home and project studios have reached a level of sophistication that puts them on a par with professional, commercial facilities. At this point, there is little difference between the two: both environments demand professional-level attention to acoustics and proper treatment to create optimal conditions for sound recording. With the SonoSuede System, Auralex offers a cost-effective solution that will satisfy professionals and hobbyists alike.�
Pricing and Availability:
Priced at $1,199 suggested retail, $999 MAP, the SonoSuede System is immediately available in the following stock color combinations: black/red and black/tan. Other color combinations and individual panels are available as custom orders.
More information:
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