Auralex SonoLite Minimizes Acoustical Problems in Homes and Offices
The Auralex SonoLite SonoKits reduce unwanted reflections, reverberations, and other acoustical challenges in consumer and commercial spaces.
The Auralex SonoLite SonoKits are now available.
Auralex says that its SonoKits are affordable, surface-mounted acoustic absorption panel packages designed to enable professional integrators to address room acoustics in a variety of residential and commercial settings.
The comapny says the new kits will provide audio system users with an improved listening experience by reducing acoustical reflections and reverberations that may detract from the listening experience.
Modeled after the company's Studiofoam Roominator Kits, the SonoLite SonoKits provide dealers with convenient and modular configurations of Auralex's SonoLite Panels and SonoLite Bass Traps.
The SonoLite panels are fabric-wrapped Studiofoam acoustical absorption panels that are engineered to provide broadband frequency control with decor-friendly velour fabric coverings.
According to Auralex, SonoLite panels install on walls and ceilings, and the Bass Traps install in vertical or horizontal positions.
Auralex emphasizes that its Studiofoam is used as the core material in all SonoLite panels and Bass Traps to enable their acoustical performance.
Auralex SonoLite Kit Options and Specifications:
SonoLite dimensions 1-inch thick x 2-inches wide by 2-feet tall
SonoLite Bass Trap dimensions 3-inches thick by 2-feet wide x 2-feet tall
Available in a color choice of black or white
SonoLite SonoKit-1 Kit includes:
Eight SonoLite panels
Two SonoLite Bass Traps
40 EZ-Stick Pro tabs
Suggested application is for rooms 228-square feet and smaller
SonoLite SonoKit-2 includes
12 SonoLite Panels
Four SonoLite Bass Traps
64 EZ-Stick Pro tabs
Suggested application is for rooms larger than 228-square feet
In addition, Auralex says that SonoLite Cloud Panels can be used to complement the SonoLite SonoKits. SonoLite Cloud Panels are 2-foot by 4-foot panels install as individual treatments or they can be configured by integrators to form 6-foot by 4-foot clouds.
Auralex includes complementary hardware with the SonoLite Cloud Panels.
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