- Cumulus Broadband Ceiling Corner trap
- Triangular focal point trap mounts in the corners
- Highly effective in small rooms due to sound migration
- Unobtrusive design fits any décor
- Quick and Easy to mount
The Primacoustic Cumulus is a triangular broadband acoustic corner trap that effectively absorbs sound energy from 125Hz and up. Designed to fit in corners where the walls and ceiling meet, the Cumulus takes advantage of the natural propagation of sound that occurs in all rooms. Sound waves follow the wall and ceiling planes and accumulate in the corners, a well known hot spot in small rooms.
The Cumulus is amazingly compact. Each side is 24" in length and, when in place, creates a 12" deep air space cavity behind the panel that increases the bass absorption characteristics. Mounting Cumulus
traps in a room will generally yield a significant reduction in the
region while leaving the architectural design of the room virtually
intact. Invisible mounting is achieved using spring-tensioned clasps
and a single eye-screw. Mounting literally takes minutes and because of
the reverse beveled edges Cumulus traps flush mount 'seamlessly' into
the room esthetics.
This makes the Cumulus the perfect
acoustic starting point for rooms such as home theatres or smaller
production suits that have limited wall space and suffer from
saturation of lower mid-range frequencies (known as 'boomyness'). The
strategic placement of the Cumulus in the ceiling corners plus the air
cavity it creates there, helps flatten out low-mid room response.
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