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Sound Diffusers / Diffusors

These devices reduce the intensity of sound by scattering it over an expanded area, rather than eliminating the sound reflections as an absorber would. Traditional spatial diffusers, such as the polycylindrical (barrel) shapes also double as low frequency traps. Temporal diffusers, such as binary arrays and quadratics, scatter sound in a manner similar to diffraction of light, where the timing of reflections from an uneven surface of varying depths causes interference which spreads the sound.

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Aeolian® Sound Diffuser

Aeolian® Sound Diffuser

The Aeolian® Diffuser uses a mix of technologies to create an organic, quadratic sound diffuser.

ArtDiffusor® Model C

ArtDiffusor® Model C

The ArtDiffusor® Model C is a Two-Dimensional / Four-Octave sound diffuser.

ArtDiffusor® Model D

ArtDiffusor® Model D

The ArtDiffusor® Model D is an organic, quadratic residue sound diffuser.

ArtDiffusor® Model F

ArtDiffusor® Model F

The ArtDiffusor® Model C is a  Low-Profile, Two-Dimensional sound diffuser.

Traditional Diffusers

Quadratic Diffuser Model Q

Quadratic Diffuser Model Q

A true quadratic residue diffuser designed for uniform broadband scattering and reducing High-Q reflections.

Double Duty Diffuser™

Double Duty Diffuser™

These Polycylindrical Diffusers do twice the work. They scatter sound and function as a bass trap.

QuadraPyramid™

QuadraPyramid™

This diffuser generates a uniform polar response over a broad frequency range using a pre-rotated pyramidal pattern to create 16 angles of reflection.

Pyramidal Sound Diffuser

Pyramidal Sound Diffuser

This traditional industry workhorse disperses sound uniformly over a broad frequency range.

Specialty Diffusers (Custom)

ArtDiffusor® Trim

ArtDiffusor® Trim

ArtDiffusor® Trim combines a beautiful, versatile building material with a high-frequency quadratic diffuser. Two unique profiles to mix and match!

HiPer Panel®

HiPer Panel®

The HiPer Panel™ combines absorption and diffusion into one sound panel. Use this when a flat diffusor panel is required.

(VIDEO) Sound Diffusion: Explained.

Diffusion in simple terms is the scattering of sound energy. When sound bounces off hard flat surfaces, the energy remains very much intact yielding discrete echoes. These echoes will produce destructive effects like comb filtering, standing waves and flutter echoes which degrade speech intelligibility and music clarity. Installing sound diffusers can deal with this problem. Diffusers interrupt discrete echoes by scattering or diffusing sound energy over a wide area without removing it from the room. This maintains sound clarity and improves speech intelligibility.