AlphaSorb® SoundSuede™ Fabric Wrapped Bass Trap
Our AlphaSorb® line of corner bass traps wrapped in SoundSuede™ fabric is a low frequency absorber that answers your acoustical and aesthetic needs. These acoustical bass traps are Class 1 fire-rated and often used in broadcast and recording studios, home theaters and houses of worship. They provide strong sound absorbing performance, durability and an elegant appearance. They easily fit into room corners and come in 24″ and 48″ heights, both of which have a 12″ depth. Installing these acoustical bass absorbers is quick and easy. They can simply rest on the floor in the corners or be adhered with water-based panel adhesive or Velcro®.
The featured fabric is the SoundSuede™ acoustic fabric line with over 40 color options. This covering is a popular choice for our corner bass traps thanks to its soft suede appearance and luxurious finish.
Note: While we make every attempt to accurately display fabrics, colors may vary depending on your screen settings. Before ordering, please request a fabric sample to ensure color and texture. Colors may vary between dye lots.
- Reduces echo and reverberation
- Low frequency absorption
- Exceptional acoustical performance
- Mold-resistant, fire-retardant
- Easy Installation
Technical Information for SoundSuede™ Fabric Wrapped Bass Trap
- Size: 12″ depth, 24″ or 48″ height
- Construction: Open-cell melamine-based foam core with fabric finish
- Finish: Synthetic Suede (SoundSuede™)
- Density: 0.7 lbs./cu. ft.
- Fire Rating: Class 1 or A per ASTM E84
|Sound Absorption (Hz) in Sabins|
- Easily mount these bass traps to any wall or ceiling surface with water-based construction adhesive.
- For best results, install this product at the end of your construction project.
- Use clean gloves to prevent soiling material.
- Melamine foam is fragile, please handle with care.
- Do not install material of unacceptable quality.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including formaldehyde and antimony trioxide, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.