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|Width:||300/350/600 mm||Thickness:||70/85/100 mm|
|Application:||Auditorium,Conference room||Material:||Rubber solid wood|
|Eco-friendly:||E0||Size:||600 x 600 mm/600 x 1200 mm|
|Product name:||Acoustic Diffuser Panels|
Fireproof Decorative Wooden Acoustic Diffuser Ceiling and Wall Panels
Type: QRD Difusser Wall Panel
Within the “diffusion” acoustic-treatment bracket, there are several types of diffusers that treat specific frequencies. I wanted something broadband, meaning it would diffuse as many frequencies as possible for my money.
The studio at which I used to mix in London had an sound insulation level, which offers the best of everything. It has deep gutters to break up lower frequencies and, within each gutter, even smaller gutters to break up the mid and higher frequencies. Each gutter varies at very specific depths — this is the part acoustic scientists have mathematically configured for optimum diffusion. As much as I wanted to add these not only practical but awesome-looking panels in my room, they’re bloody expensive!
A Hardwood QRD diffuser, 18" wide, 4-5/8" deep, in varying lengths. Hardwood is available in a standard 96" maximum length. Longer custom panels are available. Provides a diffuse scattering of mid to high frequency sound for uniform distribution across the listening space. Designed in a sequence of seven well depths based on QRD theory and the work of German acoustician M.R. Schroeder.
Select from a variety of hardwoods, type and finish selected by the designer. Matching trim pieces for the top and bottom are available as the design requires.
Acoustic fabric wall panels are designed using the principles of quadratic residue diffuser (QRD) theory for diffusion of mid and higher frequencies. Based on small scale testing using the guidelines of the Audio Engineering Society document AES-4id2001, BUNGE will diffuse sound in the 500 Hz to 5000 Hz frequency range. Used in combination with Kinetics Model HighTones panels, MidTones panels allow the designer to create a uniformly balanced sound environment over much of the audible spectrum.