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Category Archives: Diffusion

The Basics of Room Acoustics: Bass Traps, Diffusors, Acoustic Panels

This video explores the basics of room acoustics and also how to treat the acoustics of a room.  Most of us are in smaller, residential listening spaces which are on average 12ft X 15ft X 8ft in size. We usually have problems with the lower end or bass frequencies in these types of rooms due […]

Diffusion is a Wonderful Tool – by Jeff Hedback

Diffusion is a wonderful tool in small room acoustics. OK, nice enough, but what is diffusion, why is it wonderful and where would it be wonderful in my room? Below I will answer those questions and offer effective application options. Mathematically-based/purpose-designed acoustical diffusors are young, only 30 years in development. The first commercially offered options […]

How Diffusion (audio) Works

View the accompanying Video Diffusion is often a misunderstood concept in the audio field; so what is diffusion exactly and how does diffusion work? According to Webster, there are several definitions which relate to various fields. Let’s take a look at the generic definition and one more audio related. Diffusion, in general, is the movement […]