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3D diffuser feature:
- 3D acoustic diffusers are made of quality pine
- In their design, we sought to scatter sounds in the highest bandwidth while absorbing deep sounds.
- Due to their decorative design, they are not only suitable for improving acoustics, they can also be the decorations of rooms and rooms as an aesthetic interior design element.
- They can be ordered in several colours and patterns.
- They are made of dense, high specific weight hardwood.
- All our products are made by hand.
- We test our products regularly.
- The use of high-quality materials and sophisticated workmanship guarantee that our diffusers will not become obsolete after many years, they will retain their efficiency and attractive appearance.
- Diffusers scatter the reflected sounds and radiate back more evenly in space.
- We can achieve a clearer, more beautiful sound by using them.
- They increase the feeling of space.
- Dimensions: 62x62x10 cm, but we can make it in any size.
The cube diffuser is made of real pine, available in 5 pickled colours:
- light walnuts
- dark walnuts
It is easy to clean and can be wiped with a slightly damp cloth.
Harmony of efficiency and beauty
Perfect Acoustic diffusers can be aesthetic accessories for any style and atmosphere of the room, in addition to creating the ideal surround sound, the visual experience does not have to be given up.
We make our products within 1-2 weeks from the order, in any size and quantity.
We pack our ordered products in strong, dedicated cardboard boxes, we put a multi-layer protective film inside the boxes to protect the integrity of the products. For on-site collection in Hungary, we use foil packaging for environmental reasons.
Our products are delivered by the DHL courier company, in Hungary by the 24H delivery company. It is also possible to pick it up in person at our site.
We add a picture hanger and screws to each panel. We do not mount it for shipping.
Location of diffusers:
With on-site and online acoustic measurements, Perfect Acoustic can determine exactly where it is recommended to place the diffusers so that they can function at maximum efficiency. Online measurement is 95% accurate! If you entrust us with the acoustic inspection of your home, studio or office, you will not be disappointed. Expertise, reliability and precision characterize our company.
Not all materials are suitable for use as diffusers!
It is a misconception that sponge or styrofoam materials properly disperse reflected sounds! On the contrary, due to the structure and density of their material, they are neither recommended for sound absorption nor for scattering sounds! Absorbing deep tones is not a serious challenge for everyday objects or equipment either, so for the first time, elements made of styrofoam or sponge can prove to be effective, as high tones are easily absorbed. Over time, however, we may experience unpleasantly amplified, distorted bass sounds, phase-delayed echoes. So it is not worth sacrificing money for cheap, lower quality materials and batteries, as we will not achieve the desired result and even annoyance is caused by unnecessary effort and waste of money!
Why are diffusers needed to create the right surround sound?
Acoustic absorbers (sound absorbers) do an excellent job of absorbing deep sounds that accumulate in large quantities. However, placing too many sound-absorbing devices in a room will significantly degrade the experience of music or film or speech as a result of over-attenuation. For proper handling of reflected sounds, it is definitely recommended to purchase diffusers that dissipate the sound energy coming to their surface into smaller pieces of energy, thus ensuring a clearer sound.
How do they help you achieve the ideal sound?
Sound waves bounce off walls, so that in different parts of the room, sound waves of different directions and strengths flow through, creating a diffuse and direct sound field. The direct sound field is formed when the sound source is switched on, the sounds are reflected, thus creating a diffuse sound field. Diffusers dissipate the energy of sound and radiate it over most of the space.
Diffusers are not flat but irregular in shape, so the sounds coming to their surface are scattered at different angles in the room. They are made of elements of different depths, their surface reflects different sounds in different directions. Dense materials are able to absorb lower sounds.
The diffusers filter out frequency spikes, eliminating rattling echoes caused by the reverberation of high tones. If we place it in the right places after the acoustic measurement, we will get a larger surround effect, a clearer, more even sound.
Go to the cinema
Home theaters only provide the expected impact and cinematic experience if we strive for the most ideal surround sound with the help of an acoustic specialist. An even, balanced sound effect can be achieved by placing the right amount and quality of sound-absorbing and reflective elements. Again, it should be emphasized that the panels must not completely cover the wall and other flat surfaces! Measurement can be used to determine the points of reflection where uniform sound reflection can be achieved by placing the diffusers.
Back to echoes
Depending on the size and shape of the rooms, the structure and equipment of the walls, echoes are generated as a result of the reflection of the sounds, which causes a rather unfavorable surround sound. Bass-absorbing membranes effectively absorb excessively deep sounds, but this is not enough for perfect acoustics. Reflected sounds should not be ignored either. By covering the appropriate reflection points, echoes can be eliminated. Diffusers divide the sound energy coming to their surface into smaller parts, evenly scattering it in the given space, thus almost increasing the space. Our reward will be a clear, enjoyable sound image.
What are rattle echoes?
In a closed room, successive, increasingly fading echoes are generated, creating a rattling sound effect. We can experience this phenomenon between opposite, acoustically damped walls.
Studio acoustics- not so bad job!
For sound recording studios, perfect sound is even more essential. Instruments recorded at the same time will sound beautiful and clear on the recording if the acoustics of the studio are adequate. Otherwise, they try to correct the errors with tone control during the post-production of the sound recordings. It is worthwhile to acoustically treat and repair the studios with acoustic sound absorbers and diffusers to avoid these problems.
Music or noise?
Every moment of our lives is surrounded by sounds, not even at night in complete silence. There are sounds that are pleasant and pleasing to the human ear, but there are many sounds that are more perceived as noise. We can only really enjoy our favorite music if it sounds perfect. Sound recorded in a studio with poor acoustics can have a distracting effect on our body. It can lead to headaches and nervousness. Noises can also cause serious damage to health! To avoid this, we carefully plan, measure the acoustics of the room, so the music will be a real experience, not a noise!