Portugese acoustic treatment specialist Artnovion announced the launch of its Aries series of diffuser products created for professional audio applications.
Artnovion said the Aries Diffuser was designed using a variety of diffusion techniques. Inspired by traditional numeric sequence diffusers, it is composed of asymmetrical multi-depth wells, in which specific wells use a folded-depth technique to boost the mid-low diffusion range of the panel.
While the panel itself is 60mm thick, the extended wells on the diffuser are designed to be effective at 160Hz and 400Hz, with a linear diffusion pattern from 700Hz upwards. This delivers high diffusion capacity for its size.
The asymmetric wells in Aries panels are also arranged in an optimized sequence to prevent lobbing when used in larger arrays.
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