Unique Artnovion acoustic design with high performance acoustical cores.
The latest addition to the Pro Audio and studio range.
Orion brings the distinct design of our flagship Logan diffuser to new horizons. An array of Orion absorbers create areas with a distinct acoustic response, each calibrated to work at a certain frequency range.
Using these Helmholtz-style absorption techniques boosts mid-low and mid rage absorption, whilst the open areas of the panel are enough to guarantee high-frequency absorption. Orion is a great technical product, designed for the studio world, where each surface is critical - making sure that you get the best out of your studio. Orion's performance begins at 315 Hz and offers effective and even absorption up to 3150 Hz.
- Orion is an impressive combination of unique Artnovion acoustic design with high performance acoustical cores.
- Orion absorber panels can be effortlessly installed on walls or ceilings.
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Orion W - Absorber | Range
Orion - Units per box: 8
Orion Double - Units per box: 4
Absorption range: 315 Hz to 3150 Hz
Acoustic Class: C | (αw) = 0,75
- Sweet spot sound field distribution
- RT reduction
- Control Room
- Recording Room
- Home Studio
- Broadcast Studio
- Vocal Booth
- Drum Room
Available fire rate:
FG | Furniture Grade
- Natural wood | Lacquered HMDF
- Acoustic fabric
- Marine grade plywood structural frame
- Calibrated cell acoustic foam (Rear panels’ air cavities)
Four M6 Screw Thread receiver included on each panel.
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Due to natural variations which occur in composite wood, such as graining, texture and colour, no guarantee can be made of an exact match of our Raw finished to the product icon, or between panels themselves. These products are made from stained wood, that work off the natural characteristics of wood, meaning slight variations in colour and graining may occur between samples and the panels.