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Oak diffuser features:
- The panels of our oak diffusers have 2-10 cm highlights.
- Oak is a tough, strong, less warped, durable and easy to work, well-pickled raw material.
- Pickling 14 EUR
- Thanks to its irregular surface, it radiates back the sounds coming to its surface at full bandwidth and absorbs the bass effectively.
- It results in a clearer sound, almost increasing the space.
- We make it in any size. In case of an individual order, please write us an e-mail!
- Can be ordered pickled or without pickle. After drying, the stain highlights the veining and colour of the oak tree.
- Our oak diffuser is one of our most beautiful products. Thanks to its elegant and decorative appearance, almost any style of room or studio can be an aesthetic interior addition.
- All our products are made by hand. We are constantly testing them.
- There is no expiration time. Thanks to the durable oak material, it retains its efficiency and attractive appearance for decades.
We offer a 2-month money back guarantee on all our products!
If you are not satisfied with the purchased product, you can return the product without giving a reason within 60 days of receiving it.
It can be easily wiped with a damp cloth.
No perfect acoustics without diffusers?
Optimal surround sound can only be achieved by performing acoustic treatment in the room. Walls and fixtures only absorb high-pitched sounds, reflecting deeper-range sounds, creating annoying echoes. We may experience a confused and deafening sound. Although bass-absorbing membranes and broadband panels absorb sound, over-attenuation can also occur if acoustic diffusers are not used, which also degrades the sound experience. Diffusers have a sound-reflecting surface that, due to their irregular surface of different depths, is able to reflect sounds at different angles. The energy of the sound is broken down into smaller parts, resulting in a clearer sound. Walls, ceilings, glass, and tile surfaces reflect sounds in one, the same direction — this causes unpleasant, rattling echoes. Egg boxes, styrofoam are also unsuitable sound-absorbing materials. Oak is a dense and heavy-duty material with extremely effective sound absorption.
Installation of diffusers
The installation of diffusers does not require expertise. Hooks and screws are included with the products. With these, anyone can fix the diffusers in the designated places without any difficulty.
A few words about oak
Oak was considered a noble tree in ancient times and was considered an important symbol. The Greeks prophesied of the rustling of the oak leaves, they also associated Zeus, the Romans rewarded the citizen with a golden oak wreath who saved lives. The Celtic people considered oak to be the tree of life, the basic symbol of the Hungarian army is oak.
It has more than 300 subspecies. It is also used as a raw material for durable, industrial wood, buildings and furniture. Hard wood that can be machined very well. It can also be used as an acoustic sound absorber and diffuser.
Elegant and clean design
The oak diffuser fits perfectly into classic, elegant or vintage style homes, but also fits into modern, clean interiors.
Our outstanding quality and sophisticated design make our products unique in the market.
We make our products in any size and quantity within 1-2 weeks from the order.
We pack our products in strong, dedicated cardboard boxes, the inside of the box is lined with several layers of foil.
Our products are delivered by the DHL delivery company, and in Hungary by the 24H courier company.
Where, how many diffusers should we put?
The size of the rooms or studios influences the ideal amount of diffusers. Larger room requires more diffusers. But this does not mean that all free wall or ceiling surfaces of the room must be covered with acoustic diffusers! Acoustic measurements can be used to determine exactly the points of reflection at which the diffusers are to be placed. Perfect Acoustic also performs on-site and 95% accurate online measurements. If you are looking for a reliable professional, contact us with confidence! Without acoustic testing, perfect surround sound cannot be designed and developed! Not only speakers, microphones ..etc. pay attention to its quality. Sound recorded in a sound recording studio will be faulty and confusing without acoustic treatment. In retrospect, it may be possible to improve the sound somewhat electronically, but that does not completely solve the problem.
Reflection points are usually located in tilted attic rooms, behind the speakers, between the listener and the speaker on the left and right, between the ceiling, the speaker, and the listener position. It is recommended to place the diffusers at ear level.
What is diffusion?
Diffusion refers to the movement of matter, in acoustics it refers to the flow of sound waves. The diffuse sound field created by the direct and reflected sounds created when the sound source is switched on forms our sense of space, time and distance. Sound waves bounce off walls in the same direction and at the same time. Good diffusers scatter sounds in all directions. This way there will be no spatial differences in the room, the reverberation time will be the same, so we will hear the sounds in the same quality at all points. It also follows that acoustic diffusers are essential. Their different depths of design allow sounds to be reflected back in full bandwidth. The deeper the diffuser design, the lower the range of sounds it can absorb.