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RealTraps Carrel Recording Set Peru IN

The RealTraps Carrel is similar to our Portable Vocal Booth , but adds a third 2 by 2 foot hinged panel instead of the PVB's microphone stand mounting base. The expanded size creates an even larger protected area than the PVB.

CustomET
(765) 438-6050
Kokomo, IN
Kokomo, IN
 
Sound Lab, Inc
(765) 449-4211
127 Farabee Drive North
Lafayette, IN
 
Best Buy
(765) 446-9244
2323 SAGAMORE PKWY S
Lafayette, IN
 
Magnolia Home Theater
(317) 334-1896
10025 N. Michigan Road
Carmel, IN
 
Merkle Audio Video, Inc.
(260) 490-1814
418 E. Dupont Rd
Fort Wayne, IN
 
Best Buy
(317) 897-3941
9977 E WASHINGTON ST
Indianapolis, IN
 
Ovation Ultimate Llc
(317) 576-1671
6609 E 82Nd
Indianapolis, IN
 
Signature Works Inc
(317) 590-5505
6820 Allisonville Road
Indianapolis, IN
 
Audio Specialists
(574) 271-2700
52139 Us 33 N Audio Specialists
South Bend, IN
 
Tri-Phase Custom Audio Video
(317) 845-0236
6330 East 75th Street, Suite 154
Indianapolis, IN
 

RealTraps Carrel Recording Set

0510 RealTraps Carrel RealTraps has announced their new Carrel product. The RealTraps Carrel ($379.99) is the ideal desk-top solution for capturing clear, dry sounding voice-over recordings in almost any space. It's also great for creating a totally private noise-free environment for busy offices, libraries, study rooms, telephone call centers, and testing labs. Unlike typical carrels that offer only isolation, the RealTraps Carrel also absorbs ambient sounds making the enclosed space even quieter.

The RealTraps Carrel is similar to our Portable Vocal Booth , but adds a third 2 by 2 foot hinged panel instead of the PVB's microphone stand mounting base. The expanded size creates an even larger protected area than the PVB.

  

This carrel is solidly constructed, and perfectly stable, letting it free-stand nicely on a table or any flat surface. The bottom is covered with felt to prevent scratching.

Available fabric colors are black, white, wheat, and gray, though the metal frame portion is black only.

  RealTraps is owned by Ethan Winer and Doug Ferrara. James Lindenschmidt, General Manager, handles the day-to-day operations outside of the factory. Ethan is known throughout the audio industry for his many technical articles in audio and computer magazines, and he has engineered and produced several classical music CDs, including a recording of his own cello concerto. Doug is a professional musician and recording engineer who holds an advanced degree in engineering from Rensselae...

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