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Product Code: JCV CUBA
Starting at: £44.55 plain grey foam 600x600
Ending at: £147.27 white melamine 1200x600
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Availability: Estimated 3-4 weeks
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Jocavi Cubesorb ARC

jocavi cubesorb arc

Absorption Panel

The CUBESORB ARC is a quadratic-shaped acoustic treatment absorber made of self-extinguishing acoustic foam. Its geometry describes several quadrilateral and rectangular modules with different heights. When viewed from an angled perspective, the shape describes concave and convex arcs that wave uniformly, thus allowing an attractive geometric design. The CUBESORB ARC can also be combined with the similar CUBESORB, which has a flat appearance.

The CUBESORB ARC is recommended for project spaces, large room environments, common workspaces, music studios and vocal booths. This product is installed by gluing it directly to the existing surface with our recommended adhesives. It can also be used in areas that have a 'T-ceiling', when mandatory and stronger acoustic absorption is required (this is the custom model version CUS 060-ATC). Its protruding cubes form some concave grooves, which cause a substantial increase of the absorption coefficient, thus reducing standing waves and flutter echoes for better sound intelligibility. It is a very efficient absorbent panel meant for budget-conscious acoustic projects.

This product can be mounted on walls and ceilings due to its low weight.


  • Size: 600 x 600 x 80mm (0.3kg)
  • Average NRC: 0.73 [>250Hz; <10kHz]
  • Installation: Optional adhesive can be supplied
  • Packaging: 4 units (2 pairs) per box
  • αW=0.65 (H)
  • Absorption class: C

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