Indianapolis, IN (March 11, 2009)–For its 100th episode, the TV show Designing Spaces invited Auralex Acoustics to educate viewers on how they can improve home sound quality through acoustical treatments.
As part of the 10-minute segment, Auralex provides a tutorial on how isolation can improve sound quality, in not only a designated home theater but in any room of the house. Homeowners can purchase the most expensive and high-end equipment, but without the proper acoustical treatments, the sound quality will be lost through the natural reflection of sound.
Using its Iso-Series line, Aurale installed its MoPads to isolate the speakers, eliminating any speaker vibrations in the equipment cabinet. Auralex will use its SubDude to isolate the subwoofer, tightening up the bass in the room. Auralex also showed its newest SonicPrint ProPanels, its custom-printed ProPanels featuring “The Art of Sound” theme, which blends design and style options for any room with the acoustic technology of its ProPanel product line.
Auralex installed its SonicPrint ProPanels featuring artwork from independent artist, Janet Blumenthal. Her hand-painted collections are filled with musical instruments and scenarios related to the music industry.
The program, produced by Quorum Productions, airs on TLC and Women’s Entertainment Network and began airing nationally on the WE network on Friday, February 27.