Adventures In Audio Releases 14 Carat Diamond Series Vocal Booth

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Thursday November 30, 2006
FREE EBOOK DOWNLOAD ►, manufacturer of modular sound reduction enclosures, releases their 14 Carat Diamond Series. Named for its shape, the Diamond Series is a five-sided booth engineered to attractively utilize the corner of a room. The five sided design also creates non-parallel walls that help to reduce standing waves.

The new 14 Carat series is the largest of the Diamonds with the approximate volume of a 7'x7' square room. As with all Diamond series rooms, the 14 Carat comes in single wall and more sound proof double wall design. Every booth can be assembled and taken down an unlimited number of times. Customization options range from colors, foams, fabrics, windows, wood floors and more. rooms are completely enclosed systems with active ventilation, lighting, optional windows and cable passage. Standard and custom sizes range from 4'x4' up to 16'x16', with pricing starting at $2,799 (shipping included).

Applications include recording, voice over, broadcast, studio control, audio post production, rehearsal and drum isolation. The new 14 Carat series starts off at $7,595(shipping included) and is available now.

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