Taytrix StackIt Gobo Wood and Fabric Panel (46 x 15 x 8")

BH #TACP15 • MFR #G-SLCP15
Taytrix
Taytrix StackIt Gobo Wood and Fabric Panel (46 x 15 x 8")
0
Special Order
Expected availability: 7-14 business days
$635.00

Important Notice

  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.
Deesh P., B&H Pro Audio Expert

True Know-How

Ask Our Experts

800.606.6969

Taytrix G-SLCP15 Overview

The Taytrix CP15 StackIt Gobo Wood and Fabric Panel (46 x 15 x 8") is a half-size combo gobo panel which features a natural maple finish on one side which provides low frequency absorption and high and mid frequency deflection while the other is a fabric side which offers a higher degree of absorption. This feature offers the engineer the option of using either side depending on the recording or performance situation.

StackIt Gobos are engineered with round corner edges allowing them to be set at almost any angle. They feature interlocking acoustical panels that are engineered so that multiple gobos can be easily stacked and un-stacked to create a multitude of configurations, such as, vocal enclosures, room dividers or guitar amp enclosures. The StackIt Gobo System is designed to be lightweight, portable and easy to assemble, stack and store, and all panels in the StackIt Gobo System are interchangeable.

All TayTrix products are manufactured in the United States.

Maple side provides low frequency absorption and high / mid frequency deflection
Fabric side provides higher absorption
Round edges allow gobos to be set at almost any angle
Interlocking tops and bottoms joined with clips for heightened stability
Engineered to be lightweight and portable, yet sturdy, and easy to assemble, stack and store
Popular slate finish
Manufactured in the United States
UPC: 855622005038

Taytrix G-SLCP15 Specs

Panel Dimensions (W x H x D)46.00 x 15.00 x 8.00" (116.84 x 38.10 x 20.32 cm)
Weight20 lb
Packaging Info
Package Weight16 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)47 x 17 x 9"
See any errors on this page? Let us know

YOUR RECENTLY VIEWED ITEMS

Browsing History

Close

Close

Close