Auralex Offers New Fabric Color Options for its SonoLite Acoustical Panels

Auralex Acoustics has announced ten new fabric colors for it’s SonoLite acoustical panels.

Auralex SonoLite panels offer high absorption performance in a lightweight and slim one-inch profile. At the core of each panel is Studiofoam Pro, allowing the SonoLite panel to achieve an NRC rating of 0.80.

SonoLite panels are designed to mount to flat walls and ceilings and for added low frequency control and SonoLite Bass Traps designed to mount in the corners of a room. The new fabric colors include beige, black, burgundy, grey, oyster, royal, wedgewood, wine, purple and tan. They are also now available for the SonoLite SonoKits acoustical treatment systems as well as the SonoLite Cloud Panel System.  

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