acoustic

The Acoustic Retro Pod

With the Acoustic Retro Pod, you can get some spunky private audio enjoyment in one sitting. This should be the ultimate haven for audiophiles, boasting of a six-speaker surround sound system backed by interior linings with closed-cell acoustic foam. read more…

A Green Acoustic Dampening Panel System?

I know, it couldn’t sound much more ridiculous if I promised you that it sang Yankee Doodle in five different keys, but it’s true–there’s actually a kind of acoustic dampening system that is good for the environment, too. read more…

SoundSense NoiseOut Acoustic Speaker Back

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Get rid of all the speaker noise problems with the new NoiseOut Acoustic Speaker Back solution launched by SoundSense. These high-performance enclosures will be exhibited by SoundSense in booth#453 at the CEDIA Expo 2008. read more…

Acoustic Research ARRU449 Universal Remote Control

In what seems to be more of a mobile device rather than a universal remote, the Acoustic Research ARRU449 universal remote control can be totally deceiving. At first glance, it looks like any standard universal remote controller but if you look a bit closely, you may get curious at what the small LCD screen is for. read more…

C424 Chameleon acoustic panel

C424 Chameleon acoustic panel

The C424 Chameleon acoustic panel is a steel framed broadband acoustic absorption panel appropriate for use as both a bass trap and a reflection absorber. It features a rigid metal frame with full upholstery (both available in a wide choice of colors) and has the flexibility to match any decor. read more…

Cheap Tweaks Part V: Acoustics: Sonex Classic 2

Before telling you more about Sonex, you need to know the basic principles of acoustics if you ever want to achieve any good sound with your hard earned system. First basic rule of acoustics is getting the proper speaker location. This can be a challenge, a real good one.

In order to guide you the basics, the famous golden rule ratio will normally get you in the ballpark. The distance from the center of the woofer face to the side wall is room width x 0.276. The distance from the center of the woofer face to the wall behind the speakers is room width x 0.447. This gives you numbers that will help reduce unison or near unison room nodes. In plain English: having the least probability to interfere (augment or subtract) on volume depending on frequency. read more…

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