|Dimensions||12 × 48 × 2 in|
We have only two tools in our acoustical tool kit. We have absorption and diffusion. Absorption is divided into three categories. We have low, middle, and high frequency absorption. For diffusion, we have middle and high frequency diffusion. Low frequency energy is not diffused since it is a pressure based energy and travels in waves that oscillate throughout our rooms.
Quadratic diffusion is the only true diffusion technology that can satisfy all five criteria for a diffused soundfield https://www.acousticfields.com/sound-diffuser-placement/.
There must be no irregularities in the room response curve. Parks and troughs must occur within a limited range of pressure, say, + – 2 – + – 3 dB. The second item to follow to create a diffuse sound field is that the beats or the peaks and troughs in our room response curve as energy decays in our room must be minimal. Thirdly, The decay rates must be exponential with no girationsand fourth, all of this must be equally distributed throughout the room. Finally, reverberation times throughout the room must be equal.
Our MDW series gives us three different prime numbers to work with each with its own frequency response. The frequency response of the MDW – 13 is 8,000 – 13,000 Hz. Units weigh 30 lbs each and are 12″ w x 3″ h x 48″ l. Wood choices are many. Consult with us as to availability. https://www.acousticfields.com/mdw-mini-diffuser-overview/
With the MDW series we can place diffusion in the middle and upper frequency range to add more “air” and “sparkle” to our highs. High frequencies will suspend in the air and float across the sound stage.