— Designed to acoustically isolate bass rigs, guitar amps, monitors, subwoofers and speaker cabinets on stage or in the studio, these models allow the true sound to come through by negating resonance artifacts —
INDIANAPOLIS, IN, October 29, 2014 – Auralex® Acoustics, Inc., the world’s leading brand of acoustical treatments, announces a V2 upgrade to its GRAMMA® (Gig and Recording, Amp and Monitor Modulation Attenuator) line of Acoustic Isolation Platforms, which are designed to isolate bass rigs, guitar amps, monitors and subwoofers on stage and in the studio. Like their V1 predecessors, these patented isolation platforms feature an Ozite® covering over an inert structural layer that floats on a 1” pad of acclaimed Auralex Platfoam™. These carefully engineered solutions allow the true sound of an amp or speaker to come through by negating resonance artifacts. V2 upgrades include a lower profile for increased stability, even better mid- and low-frequency definition and a new easy-to-grab handle. The GRAMMA V2 line is part of Auralex’s acclaimed ISO Series™ (instant sound optimizer), specifically engineered to address problems associated with individual sound sources.
The GRAMMA V2 line includes three models:
The BabyGRAMMA V2 Amplifier Isolation Platform, designed for compact guitar, bass and keyboard amplifiers. It measures 15″ W x 15″ D x 1.75″ H. Weight limit: 200lbs.
The GRAMMA V2 is designed for mid-sized amps and speaker cabinets. It measures 23″ W x 15″ D x 1.75″ H. Weight limit: 300lbs.
The GreatGRAMMA V2 is almost 30% bigger to float large speaker cabinets, accommodating 4×12″, 4×15″ or 4×18″ rigs. It measures 30″ W x 19″ D x 1.75″ H. Weight limit: 300lbs.
“Based on feedback from leading artists and engineers, GRAMMA V2 represents the next generation of isolation products for studio and live performance,” stated Eric Smith, Founder and President, Auralex. “With its new lower-profile design and its ability to provide improved mid- and low-frequency definition, GRAMMA V2 is sure to find its home in the arsenal of live and studio musicians far and wide.”
For more information, please visit www.auralex.com.