Acoustical Absorption Panels Range Expands

Auralex offers new sizes and fabric options for its ProPanels range      17/09/12

Acoustical Absorption Panels Range Expands

Buying Choices
As part of their ongoing commitment to providing a wide range of sound absorption products, Auralex® Acoustics, Inc. is expanding its line of ProPanels Fabric Wrapped Acoustical Absorption Panels. Auralex tells us that their ProPanels are fabric-covered absorbers designed to provide an upscale look with the high-performance absorption qualities that reduce unwanted room reflections (slap and flutter echoes, for instance) to improve the listening environment while affording tasteful aesthetics that complement any décor.
ProPanels meet the Class A fire rating and are available in a choice of 12 standard color/fabric options. ProPanels standard sizes include: 2'x2', 2'x4', 4'x8' and 4'x4' wall panels (with beveled or straight edges) and 2'x4' corner panel (with reverse-mitered edge). The 2'x2' and 2'x4' wall panels are available in 1" and 2" thicknesses; the 4'x8' and 4'x4' wall panels and 2'x4' corner panel are available in 2" thicknesses only. Additionally, Auralex offers a wide variety of installation hardware: flat Impaling Clips (standard with all ProPanels orders); and Z-Clips, Cloud Anchors and Snap-On Anchors (available upon request).
For more specialized needs, Auralex offers its Custom ProPanels, which can be customized with regard to shape, size and thickness, to serve the diverse demands of today's integrator. Additionally, Custom ProPanels are available in a wide variety of custom fabrics.
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