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.
- High efficiency - 2 dimensional Primitive Root Diffuser + Top surface angle.
- Easy to install
- Can be painted with water-based paints
Recording and Broadcast Studios, Post Production Studios, Listening Rooms, Conference and Teleconference Rooms, Lecture Halls, Distance Learning Rooms, Public Spaces, Auditoriums, Performance Spaces, etc.
Dimensions: 600 x 600 x 147 mm
Absorption Frequency: High Frequencies
Absorption Class: E
alpha with Shape Indicators: 0.25 (L)
Fire Class European (EN): Euroclass F
Polystyrene Density: 60.0
Mounting Place: Wall, Ceiling
Fixing Type: Glued
This is my second box, I realized that I have more surface to cover after installing the first box. It is very effective to improve the mid-high frequency in my listening room. Highly recommended.
The material is solid yet very light, can be easily attached to wall or ceiling with mounting tapes. Greatly improves the mid-high frequency in my listening room.
All of the sonic benefits I got from my QRC diffusers are now even more apparent with these new skyline replacements:
Flutter echoes are gone. Sound is more intelligible. Individual voices are more tightly focused, and positioned more precisely-both laterally and front to back.
An added bonus is they look good without drawing a lot of attention to themselves. The pieces butt together so well, it all looks like one big seamless piece of fine 3D wall art. The color is specified as black, but they're more a charcoal grey.
Build quality is much better than I expected. "Expanded polystyrene" usually means to me a lightweight, easily breakable styrofoam with a somewhat pebbley finish-much like a cheap beverage cooler. These panels are heavier, stronger, and much more dense with a smooth finish-almost like solid polystyrene.
A substantial improvement to my home theatre/listening room. Highly recommended.