PSI Audio AVAA C214 Active Bass Traps Review

Tom Martin reviews the PSI Audio AAVA C214 Active Bass Traps, explaining the problems bass presents, contrasting the use of active and passive traps, comparing frequency responses and more...

00:00-00:58 Overview of AVAA C214
00:58-5:42 What Problem Are We Trying to Solve?
5:42-14:04 Sound Quality & Frequency Responses
14:04-17:28 Usability & Value
17:28- Final Note

About Tom Martin:
Tom is a long-time audiophile. He began his reviewing career after acquiring the The Absolute Sound magazine in 1997 and then hi-fi+ magazine in 2002. He has worked closely with Harry Pearson and Robert Harley at TAS and with Roy Gregory and Alan Sircom at hi-fi+. Since Tom and his teams expanded the TAS and Plus platforms in the digital domain, he has served as Chief Content Officer.

What Is The Absolute Sound?
The Absolute Sound magazine has been a leading publication in high-end audio since 1972. Since the early 2000s, The Absolute Sound has expanded to include web, newsletter, digital magazine, social media, YouTube and Substack platforms. The Absolute Sound platforms have a global audience of over 500,000 audiophiles.