Auralex Ships 40th Anniversary Edition SonoSuede Acoustic ProPanel Kits

Auralex Acoustics is shipping its 40th Anniversary Edition ProPanel ProKit-1 and ProKit-2 kits, the company’s all-in-one acoustical room treatment systems.

Auralex said the SonoSuede kits are effective at controlling critical mid- and high-band frequencies. They are designed to address the acoustic and aesthetic needs of the small and medium-sized project studio (ProKit-1) as well as the most demanding professional mix/mastering environments (ProKit-2).

The kits consist of beveled-edge two-foot by four-foot by two-inch ProPanel SonoSuede fabric-wrapped Class A absorptive fiberglass panels. The kits also include mitered-edge ProPanel corner treatments that provide low-frequency absorption, which is critical in small and medium-sized rooms.



Based on the two-inch thickness of the ProPanels included in both kits, there is a greater surface area of coverage per panel over other competing offerings.

The Auralex SonoSuede ProKit-1 and ProKit-2 room treatment systems are available in two fabric choices, red or black, and include all mounting hardware. Additional Cloud and Monitor Isolation packages are also available.

The ProPanel SonoSuede ProKit-1 is for rooms 12 by 12 feet, while the ProKit2 is for rooms 18 by 20-feet.

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