The N1 solid wood diffuser separates incident acoustic energy to avoid echo and generate standing waves. Make the sound more uniform, improve the environment, and improve the brightness of the sound. Diffusion frequency range , up to 2526Hz, the highest environmental performance can reach E1 level.
Diffusors are used to treat sound aberrations in rooms such as echoes. They are excellent alternatives or complements to sound absorption because they do not remove sound energy, but can be used to effectively reduce distinct echoes and reflections while still leaving a live sounding space. Compared to a reflective surface, which will cause most of the energy to be reflected off at an angle equal to the angle of incidence, a diffusor will cause the sound energy to be radiated in many directions, hence leading to a more diffusive acoustic space. It is also important that a diffusor spreads reflections in time. Diffusors can aid sound diffusion, but this is not why they are used in many cases; they are more often used to remove coloration and echoes.
QRD diffusors are widly used in studio, recording room, lecture hall, home theater, cinema, private club, high-end club, concert halls, gymnasium, airports, hotels, office, conference room, negotiation rooms, reception hall and all kinds of cultural and entertainment places.