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IPH - IsoPac H – ClearSonic
IPH - IsoPac H

IPH - IsoPac H

Regular price $1,903.80 $1,618.24

5-feet wide x 5-feet deep x 5.5-feet high IsoPac H - 50-60% perceived volume reduction

IsoPac H 
is designed to be used for translation, interpretation, podcasting, and voice-over applications. This booth will fit one or two people seated at a table and features a 4-foot deep LidPac system for extra isolation and a quiet 6-inch clip-on fan to help cool the booth.

As with all ClearSonic booths, there are cable pass cut-outs at the bottom of each panel, and booths can be customized to fit your specific size and sound reduction needs. Additional Sorber panels can be added to reduce the reflected sound inside the booth, and additional ClearSonic Acrylic Panel can be purchased to increase the booth diameter. As always, feel free to contact us to discuss your specific needs.


Parts List:
(1) A2466x4
(2) S2466x2
(1) S2448
(2) ST2448
(1) BAR w/ Sorber Brackets
(1) FAN

IPH Assembly Instructions


Acrylic Features 

  • Routered edges – provide clean and smooth edge that won’t cut your hands. 
     
  • ¼” thick acrylic material – provides durability for transporting panels. Creates acoustic separation between instruments on stage or in the studio, cuts down on mic bleeding, and allows everyone to hear themselves or the mix better.  Adds stability that allows for modular set up by supporting acrylic height extenders and Sorber baffles on top, such as a LidPac, and attachment of Sorber panels, such as the S2224, directly to the acrylic panels with adhesive-backed Velcro.
  • Cable cut-outs – allows space where each panel meets at the bottom for routing/organizing cables for microphones or any wired gear. 
     

Hinge Features 

  • Full-length – our hinges run the full length of each acrylic panel. This extra coverage provides superior sound isolation compared to competitors whose hinges leave exposed seams between panels for sound to escape. 
     
  • Tooth in groove mechanical lock – the hinge tooth locks into the groove cut into each acrylic panel for superior connection and longer life, especially compared to Friction hinge. 
     
  • Low profile – allows for better aesthetics as hinge blends into the shield better. 
     
  • Flexibility – hinge bends 180 degrees in one direction and 90 degrees in the other allowing for accordion style folding. This makes it easier to ship, store, and transport, and allows for a more customized shield footprint. 
     

Sorber Features  

  • 1.5” thick rigid fiberglass core - provides superior sound absorption compared to acoustic foam and other fiberglass baffles. Allows panels to free stand (S2466x2) or lay on top of an acrylic shield (LidPacs).  
  • Velcro-receptive acoustic fabric jacket – provides another layer of sound absorption and allows Sorber baffles to attach to acrylic material or other Sorber baffles with Velcro.  
  • Sewn seams – fabric jacket fully covers inner fiberglass. No glue is used and there is no exposed fiberglass.