DeskMAX set up for a Podcast.
Auralex Acoustics has introduced the DeskMax v2 stand-mounted nearfield acoustical panels for permanent and makeshift recording environments.
Auralex said the DeskMax v2 is designed as a portable, lightweight variable and effective absorption treatment for recording, voice-overs, podcasting, broadcasting, mixing and live performance applications.
Equally appropriate in the studio, home and office production areas or on stage, the panels can be used anywhere boundary-mounted acoustical treatments aren’t feasible or desired. It is ideal for voiceover professionals working in rented spaces and can also be used as a very effective amplifier and speaker cabinet baffle.
The pair of 2 x 2-foot x 3-inch panels are made from Auralex Studiofoam. They mount to the included desktop stands and store in a travel bag that accommodates both panels and stands.
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