September 11, 2018
Active Velocity Acoustic Absorber
The AVAA is designed to absorb the standing modes between 15 and 150 Hz in a room. It will do so just like passive absorbers but in a much more efficient way and using up much less space. Each operating AVAA will have the same effect as a hole in the wall much larger than the dimensions of the AVAA (that is 0.2 m2). The exact ratio will depend on the frequency and environment but typically range between 5 and 20.
100% ANALOG, no DSP, no latency Effective as perfect absorber up to 25 times its size No calibration or settings are required No sound emitted and no alteration of the sound source 2 AVAAs will make a significant difference in normal sized studios Works in any type of room: recording, mixing, mastering, listening…
The AVAA will affect the impedance of the air and “suck” low frequencies around it. Therefore the best position to place an AVAA is in the most rigid corners as that is where all room modes will be most present. It is important to work on the positioning of loudspeakers and listening, as the AVAA will have little effect on inevitable first reflections.
The AVAA will have the same effect, on frequencies from 15 to 150 Hz, as opening a window about 5 to 20 times the size of the AVAA. This will impact sound in the time, frequency and space dimensions.
Different Types of Applications :
Comments will be approved before showing up.