Factory Assembled Free-Standing
Full Length Durable Hinge
24, 36, 48, or 66 Inches High
ClearSonic Panels (CSP) provide acoustic
separation between instruments on stage or in the studio. This helps reduce drum
bleed into vocal or instrument mics and lowers stage volume so that everyone can
hear themselves better.
ClearSonic Panels are made of 1/4"
thick acrylic and available in various sizes and configurations. Standard panel
heights are 2', 3', 4', and 5.5' tall. 12" and 18" extenders are also
available if additional height is needed. ClearSonic Panels come pre-assembled,
and are available in configurations between 2 and 7 panels. All ClearSonic Panel
systems feature full-length hinge, cable cut-outs, and a design that allows systems
to fold "accordion style" for portability and ease of setup.
Clear panels are much more effective
when used in conjunction with SORBER baffles to reduce
Part numbers are easy to decipher; the 'A' stands for acrylic, and the first number
is the height. The number after the dash tells how many panels are in the system.
For example, the A5-6 is 5.5ft tall, 6 section CSP.
Each A2 panel is 1'W x 2'H. The most common arrangement
of A2 panels is the A2-4, which consists of four sections.
Designed for guitar speaker cabinets, the A2-4 allows a player to drive the amp
and speaker to the level needed to reach the overdrive "sweet spot",
without projecting all of the volume forward. Used with an S4-2, this system
helps reduce stage volume and clean up stage sound without sacrificing your desired
panels are 2'W x 3'H. Shown here is an A3-3, 3-section shield. The A3 panels are commonly used on speaker cabinets. Everything
from a small combo amp to a Marshall half-stack will fit in an A3 enclosure. Click
on the picture to see more examples of how the A3 can be used. Up to seven sections
of A3 panels can be connected together.
A4 panel is 2'W x 4'H. The CSP pictured here is an A4-5, 5-section
shield. 4' panels are useful for reducing stage volume when cymbals are not a
concern, as the A4 panels don't usually cover them. A4 panels are easy to move
because of their height and can also be used around percussion, horns, strings,
A5 panels are 2'W x 5.5'H each. A5 panels are the most common panels system used
to isolate drums. Their height allows them to cover cymbals, and reduce more sound
than the A4 panels. Shown here is an A5-7, 7-section system. The A5-5 is the most common set-up for a standard 5-piece drum kit, and usually goes half
way around. Larger kits may require the use of an A5-6 or A5-7. The A5 panels
are also used extensively in our IsoPacs.
panels are 18"W x 2'H. They are similar to A2 panels, but slightly wider,
allowing for more coverage. The A18-4 is pictured to the left, and consists
of 4 panels. Different sized configurations are possible, For example, if you
wanted 3 sections of A18 panels, the part number would be A18-3. Up to seven sections
can be connected continuously.
Cut-Out Between Each Panel
LITE2466-5 is a pre-assembled, 3/16" thick, 5-panel drum shield. Unlike our standard ClearSonic panels, these panels are unfinished: “as-cut and square”.
Our standard A5-5 (while more expensive) is the better overall value, but this is a good lower cost alternative… and is backed by our ClearSonic reputation and warranty.