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RealTraps Debuts Diffusor/Bass Trap

New Milford, CT (October 31, 2006)--RealTraps used the recent AES Convention to introduce a combination diffusor and bass trap. This design marries a bass trap with a QRD diffusor deep enough to work well down to the low midrange. The device transitions from diffusion to absorption over the range between 400 to 800 Hz.
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New Milford, CT (October 31, 2006)--RealTraps used the recent AES Convention to introduce a combination diffusor and bass trap. This design marries a bass trap with a QRD diffusor deep enough to work well down to the low midrange. The device transitions from diffusion to absorption over the range between 400 to 800 Hz.

The diffusor is 24 inches wide by 48 inches high by 6 inches deep, and is offered in both "far" and near" versions. The far version has diffusion wells 6 inches deep, and is recommended for rooms where the rear wall is at least six feet behind the listener's ears.

For smaller rooms where the listener is closer to the rear wall, the near model is more appropriate. The near model has wells 3 inches deep, and the bass trap portion is correspondingly thicker.

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