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Acoustic Geometry
This guide presents two examples of options for diffusor/absorber placement: Diffusors at the first reflection point and, alternately, Absorbers at the first reflection point. Both examples use the same room dimensions and setup, except for the placement of Absorbers and Diffusors on the side walls and ceiling. You may choose either style, or a different way to set up your room for the results you want. Remember that Curve System components are modular and moveable, so you can experiment to find your best results. The Curve System™ of Diffusors, Absorbers, and Corner Traps simplifies the creation of natural-sounding professionally–accurate acoustic spaces. After a century of acoustical research, it's widely agreed that rooms with the right balance of diffusion and absorption are far more natural-sounding and source-accurate than rooms without proper diffusion or with too much absorption. The Curve System was created as a simple, accurate, and affordable way to achieve natural-sounding acoustics. #acoustic_panels #acoustical_absorber #acoustical_corner_trap #acoustical_diffusor #acoustical_home_theater #acoustical_materials #acoustical_meeting_room #noisy_home_theater #sound_panels #soundproof_theater
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