Bass Traps

  • Decotrap Natur

    Decotrap Natur is a semi-covered low frequency absorber for controlled absorbing of low frequencies. Made from our USAP DT (Unique Sonitus Acoustic Polyester) foam, a heavy and high density polyester foam covered with a perforated plywood plate. Decotrap apsorption range is from 50-500hz, most effective between 60 and 250 hz. Fire resistant norm : FMVSS 302 <100mm/min

  • Big Trap

    Big Trap is a low frequency absorber which helps to bring under control low frequencies, eliminate standing waves and clarifies sound image in low frequencies. Made of high quality polyester makes it durable and resistant to external conditions. Designed for corners where often called “boomy” sound is mostly present. Often suppressed corners now can be treated properly and in conjunction with other Sonitus Acoustic products can make your space acoustically pleasant. Unobtrusive design and easy installation makes it suitable for most spaces. Absorption begins at 100 Hz.

     

  • Mini Trap

    Big Trap’s “little brother” is designed for the treatment of the low-frequencies, often accumulated in the corners. Smaller volume does not make it any less interesting, yet simple and smaller design makes it adaptable for smaller rooms with not enough space in corners for the “big guys”. Combined with other panels you can completely transform sound energy in your room and it is excellent as a option for home studios. Absorption begins at 130Hz.

  • Low Killer

    Low Killer is low frequency absorber which helps to bring under control low frequencies, eliminate standing waves and clarifies sound image in low frequencies. Made of high quality polyester makes it durable and resistant to external conditions. Designed for corners where often called “boomy” sound is mostly present. Often suppressed corners now can be treated properly and in conjunction with other Sonitus Acoustic products can make your space acoustically pleasant. Unobtrusive design and easy installation makes it suitable for most spaces. Absorption begins at 80 hz.