Skyline Diffusors – more accurately called two-dimensional diffusors – have the advantage of scattering sound across two planes: horizontal (left & right) and vertical (up & down). This two-dimensional scattering broadens the soundscape and makes a room sound larger.
Many skyline diffusors available on the market today are simply random blocks in a series and are not calculated to give TRUE even diffusion. GIK Acoustics’ Gotham N23 5″ Quadratic Skyline Diffusor has a 23-root, calculated quadratic sequence which is machine cut within 0.2 millimeter. The design and painstaking attention to detail makes each skyline perfect from the 1st to the 100th.
The striking look of the Gotham N23 5″ Quadratic Skyline Diffusor brings with it unparalleled performance: turning damaging reflections into a sonically pleasing diffused sound field, while controlling yet retaining higher frequencies, and making the room sound larger than it is.
GOTHAM N23 5″ QUADRATIC SKYLINE DIFFUSOR FEATURES:
- Designed to diffuse sound energy while retaining higher frequencies
- 23-root quadratic sequence provides true, even diffusion from 1250hz to 9500hz with scattering effects down to 650hz
- Made using medium density fibreboard (MDF) which looks great natural or can be painted to match any decor
- Standard Weight: 9 kgs
- The beautiful pattern of the Gotham N23 5″ enhances any space
- Dimensions: 415mm x 430mm x 135mm
- Easily wall mounted with two sawtooth hangers (included). No glue or destructive adhesive when installing. See “Installation Guide” tab for more.
For more on the differences between one-dimensional (1D) and two-dimensional (2D) diffusion, see our Acoustics & Audiogeekery blog entry The Diffusion Dimension Download.
Gotham N23 5″ Quadratic Skyline Diffusors can also be placed diagonally which alters the aesthetic but maintains the hemispheric dispersion pattern provided by the 2-dimensional design. Skyline diffusors are versatile and can also be combined with other treatments to maximize the sound quality and ambiance of any room.