The MAX-Wall system from Auralex is a modular, interlocking acoustic treatment solution for those who don't want, or aren't allowed, to mount anything on their walls. Additionally the system is useful for the facility that serves a variety of acoustical purposes and needs to reconfigure areas. Any combination can be set-up in minutes with no tools, no adhesive and no fuss.
The MAX-Wall is very absorptive, even at low frequencies, offers great broadband absorption and is incredibly linear, with an overall NRC of 1.05. The panels are also thick enough to yield a pretty high degree of sound containment, so they can be used to set up a temporary isolation booth. While not delivering complete isolation, the set-up will provide enough containment so that one does not have to monitor using headphones.
The MAX-Wall 831 consists of eight 20" x 48" x 4 3/8" panels and a single panel with an 18" x 12" window cutout. The set-up can be placed around a vocalist, instrumentalist or voice talent for added isolation, or control room mix position for added isolation and additional absorption and bass trapping.
These panels come with a three MAX-Stands and three MAX-Clamps.