Auralex says its new QuadFusor diffusor panel can be mounted on a wall or used within a drop ceiling.
The sound quality of a large room in a commercial setting is easy to take for granted. Auralex’s new QuadFusor can be used to take care of those sound issues that blur the sound quality of A/V presentations, public speakers and other activities in which vocal intelligibility are essential.
Auralex produces the 2-foot by 2-foot QuadFusor diffuser panel with the same Class A-rated thermoplastic that it uses to make its T Fuser product, and it says the QuadFusor can be used to replace drop-ceiling panels or it can be strategically placed on a wall. The acoustic company adds that the QuadFusor employs its surface-variable design that includes a proprietary ledge and rear cavity that is capable of accommodating a rigid substrate such as Auralex’s PlatFoam or acoustical fiberglass to further improve the QuadFusor’s diffusing capabilities.
Electronics professionals can use the QuadFusor for new construction and retrofit installations, and it can be implemented to fit a variety of budgets.
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