TRI-TRAP BASS TRAPS
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, 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.
Each Tri-Trap can optionally be fitted with a range limiter and/or scatter plate, significantly changing the response as explained below.
TRI-TRAP BASS TRAP
With Flexrange Technology
The Tri-Trap Bass Trap comes in a two sizes. We can supply custom sizes on request.
1200mm x 585mm
600mm x 585mm
COLOURS AVAILABLE AND UPGRADE FABRIC OPTIONS
GIK Acoustics bass traps and acoustic panels are available in 9 standard Camira Cara fabric options at no additional charge. Upgrade the finish to any Camira Cara or Camira Lucia fabric at an additional fee.
Choose size, top/bottom cap finish fabric from the examples above, and write down your choice.
Not sure what to choose? Then ask for free advice.
Then select the Tri-Trap below, select the desired options and check-out or continue shopping. Your selection will be saved in your cart.
Optimise Response for your Situation
After adding the required products to your cart, order additional options below.
Build in Scattering
The product be optionally equipped with a GIK Acoustics built-in Scatter Plate, which allows even decay time from low to high frequencies while providing the necessary space for absorption to flatten the frequency response.
Build-in Frequency Limiter
The product can be optionally equipped with a Range Limiter. This option includes a membrane system which starts absorbing at a lower frequency but also has a cut off starting around 400Hz.
Using the Range Limiter option ensures maximum low end absorption while retaining nearly 100% of the upper frequencies within your room. Ideally used when no upper frequency absorption is required/desired.
The Range Limiter option is an ideal solution to make a small room sound larger, keeping life within the room.