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Finite Elemente Resonator 1000Hz
Aluminium resonator for HiFi components
Sound-impairing intrinsic resonance from hi-fi components is now a thing of the past
Joint research with the University of Applied Sciences in Dortmund has resulted in the development of a simple but efficient resonance dissipating device that considerably reduces annoying resonance. Conventional attenuation of component cabinets, using mass blocks for example, is mostly without any real effect, as the newly generated intrinsic frequencies are affected by the musical spectrum to such an extent that the sound-impairing effects are simply relocated. The Resonator° converts this resonance energy into heat across a broad band and specifically, thus redefining the sound of silence.
The position of the resonator is determined empirically within the recommended area to achieve maximum reduction in resonance. The critical resonance range between 200 Hz and 1000 Hz becomes effectively damped.