Grendel Sound's new Isolation Cabinet I is essentially a "dead room" on wheels, rather then just a isolation cabinet due to 6" thick of absorption material housed in the lid with calculated chamber dimensions. This provides the clearest and cleanest signal possible from an amplifier into a mixer for recording or live sound reinforcement. With 30dB of noise reduction from lid open to lid closed on the Dead Room, you can successfully record tube amps with all the life and tone of a real speaker without disturbing anyone.
In the home studio is is great because the Dead Room can be in the same space as a control room, allowing recording to be easy and effective. In a live environment this allows you to isolate your sound so that monitor mixes, as well as FOH, have the most flexibility and control over your sound.
Constructed from domestic A2 grade Birch plywood and covered in a durable black carpet, the Grendel Dead Room is ready to last a lifetime. The Dead Room comes with two microphone mounts and one goose neck. Also on the menu are Neutrik XLR connectors hand soldered with 22AWG microphone cable inside and out.
12" WGS Veteran 30 8OHM 60 Watt speaker Made in the USA
Balanced Neutrik XLR connectors for 2 Microphones inside 2 Mic Mounts & 1 Gooseneck included for a dynamic microphone
2 1/4" Parallel Input/Output for daisy chaining to other speaker cabinets
Lid with 6" thick of absorption material to eliminate the "trapped in a box" sound
Constructed with domestic A2 grade Birch plywood for strength and stability & covered in a durable black carpet All high quality top shelf hardware & heavy duty butterfly latch
Hand soldered microphone and speaker connections Dissconect terminals, machine screws & prong t-nuts for easy speaker changing/experimenting
Dimensions 18.5"x16x32" Approx. 80lbs Built from start to finish in Canton, OH
The Dead Room can be ordered with a Warehouse Veteran 30 speaker for $399 or unloaded for $359.Come on the FREE COURSE TOUR
Great home recording starts with a great home recording studio. It doesn't need to be expensive if you know how to select the right equipment for your needs.