Control Unwanted Room Reflections

Vicoustic releases Multi Fuser Wood solid wood diffusion panel      03/10/11

Control Unwanted Room Reflections


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Portuguese acoustic solutions manufacturer Vicoustic has just released Multi Fuser Wood, a new diffusion panel designed to bring both acoustic efficiency and elegance to a range of listening spaces. Vicoustic say that, made from solid wood, the new diffuser is perfect for use in venues such as concert halls, hi-fi rooms and recording studios, where effective diffusion is often required without too much absorption occurring at the same time. With its striking angled surface, the two-dimensional diffuser is based on a QRD sequence combined with changing reflection techniques (a result of the angled surface).
The panel itself is made in two parts. Each part can be rotated in different directions so that an even, omni-directional scattering of sound is achieved, with particularly effective diffusion of mid and low frequencies. Multi Fuser Wood is available in two versions covering different frequency ranges: Multi Fuser Wood 36 works between 470Hz and 10kHz, while Multi Fuser Wood 64 works between 310Hz and 8kHz.
Vicoustic believe that the panel's attractive appearance makes it suitable for use in a range of settings. Available in Light Brown, Black and White finishes.
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