SonicPrint™ Artistic Acoustical Panels seamlessly combine our acoustically proven technology with unlimited design and style options for any room. A SonicPrint™ is an Auralex ProPanel™ Acoustical Absorption Panel with a custom-printed design or photo.
The result? The ultimate blend of aesthetics and sonic performance. Submit your own art (Royalty-free/non-copyrighted) for a look that’s truly one-of-a-kind!
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If you have any questions please contact us at: SonicPrint@Auralex.com.
Sizing and DPI: Images should be no smaller than 150dpi (Dots Per Inch). *TO SCALE, 300dpi images are higher resolution and are NOT necessary as long as the image is to scale.
72 dpi is TOO small and will be rejected. *TO SCALE means actual size: EXAMPLE: 24” x 48” = 3600px X 7200px @ 150 dpi Including 8” wrap-around (4” on all sides).
All standard panels have a 2” thickness. It is recommended, if possible, to account for 4” on each side. This will cover the 2” printable areas and the extra wrap around fabric needed to finish the panel and give it a clean look.
Only High Resolution TIFF, EPS, PSD, JPEG, PNG & AI files are accepted formats for printing.
Final Specifications: 2’ x 2’ Panel Actual Size (Face): 24” x 24” Printable Sides and Wrap-around: 32” x 32” 2’ x 4’ Panel Actual Size (Face): 24” x 48” Printable Sides and Wrap-around: 32” x 56” 4’ x 8’ Panel Actual Size (Face): 48” x 96” Printable Sides and Wrap-around: 56” x 104”
The ratio of dimensions and orientation (i.e. portrait/tall vs. landscape/wide) of the image must closely match the ratio of the panel dimensions and orientation desired. For example, a square image will fit on a square panel and rectangular image with fit on a rectangular panel.
**SonicPrint is a highly custom process and will have an extended lead time to ensure quality of the end product, please factor in 8-12 weeks for the entire process depending on the order**
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals such as Antimony Trioxide, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.