ClearSonic IsoPac B Isolation Package with Dark Gray SORBERS, Lid System and Fan (Approx. 6.5 Foot Diameter)

ClearSonic IsoPac B Isolation Package with Dark Gray SORBERS, Lid System and Fan (Approx. 6.5 Foot Diameter)
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ClearSonic IsoPac B Overview

Sound source isolation during concerts or in the studio environment is a constant issue that needs to be address in the face of multiple microphone set-ups.

ClearSonic Panels (CSP) facilitate acoustic separation between instruments on stage or in the studio, helping reduce drum bleed into vocal or instrument microphones, and in the concert stage situation, allowing for a lower stage volume so that the performers can hear themselves better.

The IsoPac B is most probably more suited to the studio environment, particularly as a drum isolation booth, but could also be used in certain live situations. It consists of a six-section clear acrylic panel system (A5-6,) six 12" height extender panels (AX12,) sufficient dark grey SORBER absorption panels to cover the lower parts of four panels of the clear panel system (leaving the front two panels open,) and to also form a "rear wall." A lid system and fan complete the kit.

The IsoPac B is easy to get in and out of. Since SORBER panels don't actually connect to the ClearSonic Panels, one can simply use an outside section of a SORBER system as a "door."

All SORBER products have a Class-A fire rating.

Complete isolation system, particularly suited as a drum booth
Provides isolation and absorbtion
Portable and easily to put up and dismantle
Most components fold away for compact storage
IsoPac has an approximate diameter of 6.5 feet

ClearSonic IsoPac B Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight267 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)68 x 30.1 x 28"
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