Vicoustic Acoustic Panels
What about diffusion? Like a light diffuser spreads the light in a room, sound diffusers do the same.. but in a more complex way, as the purpose is to avoid modal points (points where a certain frequency is undetectable due to phase cancelation).
There are many techniques to diffuse sound efficiently. Vicoustic has mastered them all, while manufacturing diffusers that respect all budgets. Here are a few great examples from Vicoustic to solve your room
With its revolutionary design, Vicoustic’s Flexi Panel A50 is truly effective when applied in any type of space. A scientific combination of material, absorption surface and cavity thickness means that the panel’s absorption performance is extremely efficient in the treatment of 1st reflections.
Flexi Panel A50 offers you the best performance on medium and high frequencies. Commonly applied in particularly demanding rooms such as recording or broadcast studios, the panel provides one of the best acoustic solutions on the market, at an attractive price. It also has a unique characteristic – when placed in a sequence the panel junctions become undetectable, allowing you to hide cables in the cavities
Vicoustic’s flagship Wavewood panel has been specifically developed to treat acoustic problems without destroying a room’s ambience, or over-deadening the sound. It can be used in control rooms, broadcast studios, live rooms where a range of instruments and voices are recorded, rehearsal rooms and other performance spaces.
Wave Wood is made from a combination of acoustic foam and wood. Its instantly recognizable design results from unique research based on the acoustic properties of the wood and foam combined with non-linear sequential cavities that enable Wave Wood to act as both an absorber and diffuser. It is particularly effective in treating medium and high frequencies as well as solving issues such as flutter echoes. Wave Wood can also be highly effective in controlling low frequencies when fitted in the corners of a room and used as a bass trap.
Square Tile is primally designed to absorb medium and high frequencies. Sound energy crosses through the perforated wooden surface and is absorbed by the foam material underneath.
Wood finishing is generally regarded as a noble surface treatment in architectural spaces, critical listening rooms and performance spaces such as concert halls and other venuesSquare Tile can fit in standard 60 x 60 cm suspended ceiling frames.
Multifuser DC 2 is a bi-dimensional diffusion panel that is frequently applied to walls or ceilings, providing multi-reflection on both vertical and horizontal planes in sound critical spaces. It performs on mid and high frequencies, brightening and clarifying sound.
Made from high quality EPS (Expanded Polystyrene), Multifuser DC 2 is notable not only for its effective performance in solving problems like lack of speech intelligibility or music definition, but also for its attractive design that fits perfectly in any kind of room.