Acoustic Geometry Debuts Diffusor

Acoustic Geometry has launched its new Curve Diffusor V2, part of the company’s line of acoustic products.
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Chaska, MN (October 29, 2015)—Acoustic Geometry has launched its new Curve Diffusor V2, part of the company’s line of acoustic products.

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Created by John Calder and Mark Stender of Acoustic Geometry, Version 2 of the Curve Diffusor features a consistent-radius cylindrical design offering time-coherent diffusion from low-mid to very high frequencies, and a built-in low-frequency absorber. Bass absorption comes from the MLV limp-mass membrane on the back of the unit, coupled with a proprietary internal impedance system. This results in room-mode-controlling Acoustic Bass Management reportedly down to 45 Hz.

The Curve’s bass absorption capability has been proven effective in lab tests by NWAA Labs, Inc. in Elma, WA. NWAA Labs, Inc. is an independent laboratory providing sound and materials testing to the audio, acoustics and construction industries, and has the world’s two largest test chambers, enabling accurate absorption testing (without interpolation) down to 40 Hz. NWAA’s Curve Diffusor low-frequency absorption test results can be found on Acoustic Geometry’s website.

Curve Diffusors may be placed in a variety of configurations, including vertically and horizontally on a wall, ceiling-mounted, corner-mounted (with the Corner Trap Stand) and free-standing in a room (with the Combo Stand) to achieve the best placements for greatly improving sound in any space.

Acoustic Geometry
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