Acoustic Geometry traps bass in the corner
The latest addition to Acoustic Geometry’s Acoustic Bass Management (ABM) product line, the CornerSorber, is designed as an ‘easy-to-use solution that would realistically reduce destructive low-frequency room modes’. The bass absorber folds to fit against the wall in the corner of a room and features Mass-Loaded Vinyl (MLV) absorption membranes to lessen low-frequency room modes and provide an environment capable of more accurate sound reproduction.
The CornerSorber has reportedly been laboratory-tested to ensure its ability in allowing maximum pressure-zone room-mode reduction. Each unit measures approximately 61cm x 107cm with a depth of 15cm and is bevelled on two of its sides and at the top to allow a pair of CornerSorbers to be placed 7.5cm vertically or horizontally apart from and parallel with each corner of the room.
When combined with the manufacturer’s Curve Diffusor, the CornerSorber reportedly delivers consistent bass absorption from 50Hz to 500Hz and can evenly diffuse frequencies in excess of 500Hz. Designed to be suitable for a range of uses and venues, this newest member of the ABM family is available in a variety of finishes, including black-stained oak, custom stain and paint colours, wood veneers such as clear-finish maple, cherry and walnut, leather and brushed aluminium.