Digital active bass trap
The new AVAA C214 stands aside its world-famous sibling, the AVAA C20. The innovative AVAA technology eliminates room modes from 15 Hz to 160 Hz with an equivalent absorption area up to 45 times its size and without requiring calibration or tuning.
Working from 15Hz – 160Hz
Whether you have 1, 2, 3 or more disturbing room modes, the AVAA C214 will work on all of them. It will absorb all undesired room modes.
AVAA is a revolution
Based on the same absorption principles as the AVAA C20, the AVAA C214 is fully digital and allows control via an app.
No calibration required
Simply place it where your room modes are and it will absorb them. No calibration required.
As effective as a perfect passive absorber up to 45 x its size.
Ultra low latency via DSP processing.
Works in any type of room
The AVAA C214 can be used in recording/mixing/mastering studios, OB Vans, hifi listening rooms, machine rooms…
Thanks to our technology, there is no signal emitted, only absorption.
Plug and Play
No calibration required. Simply place it where the room modes are.
Take it from your recording room to your mixing studio easily.
Get rid of resonating basses
What could be more tiring for our ears than bass that resonates in a room?
Simply place an AVAA where you get the most energy from low frequencies to avoid reflections coming back from the wall.
Small footprint, flexible positioning, vertical or horizontal, on floor ceiling or walls.
Slender and elegant timeless design.
So many types of applications
Once you have solid walls or a solid surface, modal behavior becomes unavoidable, but the AVAA C214 is incredibly effective in mitigating it.
Visit our AVAA technology page to understand all the principles of active absorption.
AVAA stands for ” Active Velocity Acoustic Absorber”
Optional mounting feet
The mounting feet allow you to easily install an AVAA C214 on a wall, ceiling or simply position it horizontally on the floor.
What our users say
“There’s nothing else on the planet that comes close to the performance!”