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Designed to be completely in line with other absorbers.

Absorption coefficient.


The Vector Wall Bass Trap is ideal for rooms with low frequency issues, taking full advantage of it small depth to place on walls alongside existing room treatment. With a peak absorption from 80 Hz to 120 Hz the Vector Wall Bass Trap is the bridge between the low and mid frequency absorptions, acting in the “low-high” frequency range.
The Vector Wall Bass Trap is equipped with a double membrane surrounding a central acoustic core. This design allows for a larger membrane - lowering the resonant frequency, whilst increasing the volume of the inner air cavities – packing the most performance into the least volume possible.
Its distinctive design offers a impressive, unique look to your studio, a true trademark of Jan Morel design.


With mechanical fixing, the updated wall bass trap is designed to be completely in line with other Artnovion panels, whilst also mountable in vertical or horizontal dihedral corners, with a dedicated fixing system package.
The Wall Bass Trap is a wall mounted bass trap, designed to blend in with your acoustic treatment, providing seamless low frequencies between 80Hz and 120Hz (tuned to 80Hz).

Maximum performance, minimum thickness.

Pressure and velocity bass trap:
Double Membrane & High density foam core.


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Vector Double Bass Trap Wall

Vector Double W - Bass Trap - Wall

  • Features:

    Units per box: 2


    Absorption range: 80 Hz to 120 Hz
    Tuned Frequency: 80 Hz

    -Double membrane surrounding a central acoustic core
    -Larger membrane lowering the resonant frequency
    -Designed to be completely in line with other absorbers


    Vector Doble W - Bass Trap - Wall FG: 595x1190x58mm

    Finish: Lacquered or Wood Veneer
    Wood FG | Furniture GRade

    Calculations are based on understanding of the following:
    - London, A., The Determination of Reverberant Sound Absorption Coefficients from Acoustic Impedance Measurements. J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 1950. 22(2): p. 263-269
    - Cox, T.J. and P. D'Antonio, Acoustic absorbers and diffusers : theory, design, and application. 2004, London: Spon Press.
    - Kuttruff, H., Room acoustics. 4th ed. 2000, London, [England] ; New York, NY: Spon Press.
    - Vér, I.L. and L.L. Beranek, Noise and vibration control engineering : principles and applications. 2nd ed. 2006, N.J.: Wiley

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  • Finish Disclaimer:

    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.

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