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NAMM 2012: Auralex ProMAX Portable Studio Panels

Some people need sound absorbing studio panels to get the most out of their production or studio quality sound system. Often, these panels are permanently attached to the walls in a DJ booth or professional studio and they remain in place until you change the actual studio itself. Auralex has just introduced the new ProMax portable studio sound absorbing panels that come mounted to a stand and can be used in any location where mounting acoustical treatments to the wall are not possible or ideal. More information inside.
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Some people need sound absorbing studio panels to get the most out of their production or studio quality sound system. Often, these panels are permanently attached to the walls in a DJ booth or professional studio and they remain in place until you change the actual studio itself. Auralex has just introduced the new ProMax portable studio sound absorbing panels that come mounted to a stand and can be used in any location where mounting acoustical treatments to the wall are not possible or ideal. These will be out on display at the NAMM show later this week and they will be available for purchase shortly. Check the full press release below for more information.

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