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Many studios, home theaters and listening rooms make do with foam wedges in corners which are unattractive and far less efficient in sound wave absorption than acoustic panels. Our dedicated sound engineers have developed a more attractive and effective product – the GIK Acoustics TRI-TRAP Corner Bass Trap©. The Tri-Trap© is one of our most effective bass traps and takes up far less floor space. Constructed with a solid core, the Tri-Trap© is freestanding and able to hold up to 50 pounds in weight. The Tri-Trap©’s clean, professional design means it does not have to be mounted to the wall or corners and is stackable for floor-to-ceiling coverage. The Tri-Trap©, like all GIK Acoustics bass traps, was lab tested at the prestigious Riverbank Acoustical Laboratory and showed to have true effects at 50Hz and below. The Tri-Trap© has been effectively designed to absorb more low end, but also does an excellent job of absorbing the high end, creating smooth sound absorption from 50 Hz to 5000 Hz. Installing our Tri-Traps© will result in a beautifully balanced room that will suit even the most critical listener.

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Is my room big enough for a diffusor?

It doesn't prove or disapprove anything. I could show a measurement in a room where it looks like GIK Tri-Trap have a great effect at 50 Hz, but that doesn't prove anything either. Again; a product needs to be measured independent of the room to provide something valid. However, if it does absorb well for...

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hesitating how to have the best use of GIK Tri-trap and Sofit

Hello, I think than an email to GIK would be the solution.

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Final piece of the puzzle: digital correction in a suboptimal room

...Amplifier: Hegel H190 - DAC: Chord Hugo 2 - Room size: 4*5 meters (roughly 13*16 ft) - Four wall-wall corners treated with GIK Tri-Trap Corner Bass Trap - Two front wall-wall-ceiling corners treated with GIK Soffit Bass trap - Side walls, rear wall and ceiling early reflection points treated with GIK Monster bass traps Considering the small size of...

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