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BiCoastal Upgrades Studio With Auralex Spacearray Diffusors

Ossining, NY (March 9, 2006)--Hal Winer, owner of the RBDG-designed BiCoastal Music recording facility recently upgraded his studio's control room with Auralex SpaceArray Acoustical Diffusors. The SpaceArray, also designed by Russ Berger for Auralex Acoustics, is part of the new pArtScience line of acoustical products and delivers superior performance at a surprisingly low price point.
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Ossining, NY (March 9, 2006)--Hal Winer, owner of the RBDG-designed BiCoastal Music recording facility recently upgraded his studio's control room with Auralex SpaceArray Acoustical Diffusors. The SpaceArray, also designed by Russ Berger for Auralex Acoustics, is part of the new pArtScience line of acoustical products and delivers superior performance at a surprisingly low price point.

SpaceArray combines excellent hemispherical acoustical diffusion with a top-quality wood finish. Based on a quasi-random series that provides superior performance without visual patterning, the SpaceArray is ideal for control rooms, auditoriums, performance venues, listening rooms, home theaters and worship spaces. Strong and lightweight, the beautiful 24x24-inch solid wood panels are easy to install and can be used in a variety of placement options.

"I knew this was going to be a great product since it was designed Russ Berger and Auralex," Winer commented. "They do exactly what they're supposed to do, and the room behaves beautifully. Visually, I like them better than my old diffusors, because there's no discernable pattern.

"I've heard diffusors that cost twice as much in other spaces," Winer added, "but there's no reason to spend the extra money. The SpaceArray works great, looks great, and they're less expensive than anything else on the market."

Brian Wheat, product marketing manager for Auralex Acoustics added, "We put these in to provide broadband diffusion to the listening area to improve imaging. The goal was to put in a product that didn't visually pattern and was a high-quality, solid wood product. In short, we wanted to make the control room sound and look the best it possibly could, and we accomplished that goal."

Auralex Acoustics Inc.
www.auralex.com