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Auralex Acoustics
8851 Hague Rd 
Indianapolis IN Indiana
United States 46256
Phone: +1 317 842 2600, Fax: +1 317 842 2760
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Auralex Acoustics - World-Class Acoustic Foam Sound Control Products At Real-World Prices! auralex.com acoustics101.com auralexuniversity.com auralexelite.com Auralex Acoustics - Menu for acoustic foam, bass traps, sound isolation, and sound diffusion products. International Auralex Websites: CAN'T WAIT? Download the 2006 Catalog here ! ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: 3 Doors Down: Video Interview INDUSTRY PROFILE : Klipsch HEALTHY HEARING: Valuable information about hearing loss and practical prevention & treatment. LifeExtension: Tinnitus House Ear Institute Sensaphonics Etymotic Research Hearnet.com Auralex Acoustics is the industry leader in acoustical treatment products, including acoustical absorbers, diffusors, sound barriers, construction materials, isolation platforms and complete room treatment systems. Let the experts at Auralex help you achieve world-class acoustics in any room. • Vocal Booth • Project Studio/Control Room • Live Recording Room • Large Rooms (Houses of Worship, Gymnasium) • Home Theatre/Listening Room • Teaching Studio/Rehearsal Space • Broadcast Studio (TV, Radio, Podcast) • Video/Edit Production Room • Stages/Live Performance Venues Absorption Acoustical foam is well-suited to alleviate slap and flutter echo, the two most common problems that are often associated with inaccurate room acoustics. Diffusion Diffusion keeps sound waves from grouping, so there are no hot spots or nulls in a room. Diffusion widens the "sweet spot" and lends a strong, 3D sense of openness to a room. Bass Traps Controlling low-frequency sound is harder than controlling mid- or high-frequency sound and generally requires more effort. Bass Traps from Auralex can help! ISO Series Auralex takes our "Total Sound Control" mission to heart in the Auralex Iso Series of products. Each is specifically engineered to address problems associated with individual sound sources. Construction Two ways to stop sound from being transmitted from one space to another are dead air
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