$1,600 reverse loudspeaker makes your room quieter

Wired News have a nice piece on tiny studios and the Bag End E-Trap, an active bass trap - a microphone, a 10" speaker and some DSP, which can counter the excessive bass you might get in a resonant room. It takes a day to tune the trap to the room. Studio designers WSDG have a heavy duty technical paper (.doc link) on the subject.

Meyer Sound has made a studio monitor with similar abilities for a while... I'm quite sure it costs a lot more than $1600 and I know it's fancier...


I held an internship there a couple of years ago, my boss said the circuitry was so sensitive that it would move the LF driver cone in response to the pressure created by a door opening or shutting.
that's not very sensitive.
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