Acoustic Diffusers | Sound Diffusers | Diffusion Panels | Sound Scattering Panels
RPG SKYLINE DIFFUSER
Problem and Solution
Small rooms like Project Studios need a very efficient surface to diffuse
interfering rear wall
reflections and provide a diffuse sound field.
To solve this problem, the skyline utilises advanced primitive root number
theory to produce the most powerful and aesthetic two dimensional omnidirectional
diffusing surface in the acoustical industry.
The uniformity of diffusion is characterized by the standard deviation of the
1/3 octave polar
response, for a given angle of incidence. For each of the 37 angles of
incidence, 37 backscattering
impulse response measurements are made at 5° increments between 0° and
180°. The Diffusion
Coefficient is the mean standard deviation for all angles of incidence,
normalized to the standard
deviation of a delta function (1 equals ideal diffusion). The data illustrate
uniformity of diffusion above the diffraction limit (565 Hz = 1130
ft/sec/2'), which is related to
the 2' dimension of the panel. The Diffusion Coefficient of a flat reflective
panel is shown for
The expanded polypropylene / EPS mix material of the Skyline provides useful low
The Skyline is very easy to install on walls or ceilings using a suitable silicone adhesive.
Be sure to apply all Skylines in the same orientation.
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