Sound absorption panel placement often focuses primarily on walls and ceilings. But sound waves in your room don’t just bounce predictably from floor to ceiling and between walls. Low-mid frequencies can get trapped in the corners of your room, creating a “boomy” effect that will be evident during playback.
Primacoustic’s Cumulus Tri-Corner Bass Trap helps eliminate this boominess, simply and efficiently. Made from high-density glass wool, the Cumulus Tri-Corner Bass Trap creates a 17″ deep air cavity in room corners. The result is high-quality broadband sound absorption, taming problematic resonances in the low-mid region.
Mounting the Cumulus
The difficulty of mounting a panel in the top corners of a room will often deter people from taking advantage of this important room location. The Primacoustic Cumulus’s ingenious mounting hardware – comprising spring-tensioned clasps and a single eye-screw – makes installation easy. Mounting literally takes minutes and the Cumulus’s reverse beveled edges flush mount ‘seamlessly’ into the corner. The deep air space cavity behind the panel increases the low-mid absorption characteristics while leaving the architectural design of the room virtually intact.