Acoustic Fields DIY Bass Absorber Build Plans PDF
Soft / Music Magazines 29-11-2017
Acoustic Fields DIY Bass Absorber Build Plans PDF
Are you tired of muddy and sloppy bass in your room with bass notes masking your music into one big bloated mess? Need a cost effective way of dealing with the problem? Then you should build your own DIY Bass Absorbers following our easy to follow plans!

You get:

A material and tool list, cut sheet and easy to follow step by step assembly instructions,
Actual build photos showing you what each finished step looks like,
DIY plans that are based on our $1,000+ production units!
Independently tested and predictable performance results,
Phone time with our Chief Acoustic Engineer so any questions can be quickly answered,
A bass absorber that deals with bass energy all the way down to 30 Hz!
Expert placement advice so you can get the most out of your completed unit,
A perfect excuse to get away from the family chaos this holiday season.

Are you tired of muddy and sloppy bass on your sound stage with bass notes masking your music into one big bloated mess? Tired of not connecting with your music the way you know it’s possible? Frustrated by the lack of an emotional connection with your songs despite investing a crazy amount of money into your amp, speakers and hi-fi?

Imagine being able to hear incredible bass separation and definition in every piece of music you play and enjoying the sound of your music coming to life as your mids and highs pop like you always dreamt possible. Imagine being able to experience crystal clear attack and decay in each individual bass note in every piece of music you listen to.

With the BDA Broadband Diaphragmatic Absorber you’re going to feel the power of every single bass note the way you want to hear it. It’s that connection to the music which makes all the difference to your enjoyment of it. It’s the dynamics and separation of instruments with crystal clear clarity definition, which creates the spine tingling, hairs on the back of the neck sensation that you desire so much from your music collection.

With the DIY Bass Absorber – BDA Broadband Diaphragmatic Absorber plans you can actually build enough low frequency absorption units to tame your room modes without breaking the bank. These plans are lab tested to work at high rates and levels of absorption. The BDA is a powerful, low frequency, absorber that absorbs energy from 40 Hz. – 400 Hz. In fact you get 75% of the performance of our production units, which cost over $1,000 each, for just over $39.99.

This technology is used by professional recording studio builders when they build a recording studio from the ground up and now you have the blueprints to their design. Once and for all you can have the low frequency attack and decay in each and every note of your bass and drums and for the first time you will able to actually treat your room with your own units that bring all of this to life.

How Did We Do It?

Over an 8 year period we built well over 100 rooms of different sizes, dimensions and materials to produce a data base against which we could measure pressure levels. From this we know that low frequency absorption is needed throughout the room and not just in the corners as so many other companies advertise.

Room modes and their pressure issues can mask your mid range vocals and music and cause you to be unable to hear everything the artist and engineer intended for you to hear. If you distribute powerful Broadband Diaphragmatic absorption throughout your room you can significantly reduce pressure throughout your room and enjoy little or no masking of any of your music.

I wanted true separation of bass sounds below 100 Hz. and clean and clear attack and decay in every note. This is where the real magic in music happens and I wanted the ability to have the same detail and clarity in our bass notes as we enjoy in our mid range. After all, why should they be any different?

So I took the low frequency absorber walls I had designed, built and tested over the 8 year period, and worked with my team on developing a free standing unit that could be moved around a room as desired whilst ensuring it enjoyed the same performance level as our permanently built in units. I wanted to take a slice out of our permanently built rooms and make it available to customers in a portable form.

Within 2 years of building many models and testing them for STC (Sound Transmission Class) or the ability of a wall to keep sound from coming through it and all the associated vibrations, we had a rigid cabinet structure and design in place. It is this cabinet design that I now make available to you in DIY form so you can build it yourself and finally tame those room modes that so mask the music your system is producing. Soon you’ll be asking how you ever got by without these DIY bass absorbers!

What Will You Experience?

You get step by step building instructions along with actual build photos that explain, in great detail, how to cut and assemble each piece. Every piece is sized for you and all you have to do is cut each of them and then follow the step by step assembly instructions. It means you’ll get the solution right first time, with no errors, and finally have the chance to hear all the music your system is producing but which your room modes are masking!

You will be able to build a time tested and proven sound absorbing technology that is used by professional recording studio builders the world over which will give you a professional level performance in your room so you can finally enjoy the music the same way the musician and mix engineer intended you to hear it.

You will have a professional grade sound absorbing unit that you get to actually build with your own hands, so you can enjoy bragging rights when your friends come over to hear your tight clean bass that has attack and decay like they will have never have heard before… EVER!

You will get a low frequency, sound absorbing unit that performs at 75% of our production activated carbon units which have been tested by Riverbanks Labs, the world famous acoustic testing lab, so you can be assured of the performance level of the units you have built… And all at a fraction of the price of the production units which sit in professional studios the World over!

You will get drawings and photos that will let you build your own unit and put your own personal finish on it, so you can match the finish on any piece of furniture in your listening room, home theater, or professional recording studio producing not only a room that sounds good but looks great as well.


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