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Auralex Introduces GeoFusor Sound Diffusors

Designed to address standing waves and flutter echo without removing acoustic energy

Auralex Acoustics has introduced GeoFusor, a new sound diffusor based on the geodesic dome pattern designed to address standing waves and flutter echo without removing acoustic energy.

The dimensional shape is also intended to provide smooth, even diffusion and allow back filling with absorptive material for enhanced low-end control. 

The GeoFusor is wall- and ceiling-mountable and is offered in two sizes (1-foot x 1-foot and 2-feet x 2-feet). The 2 x 2 GeoFusor is sized to fit in ceiling grids and is offered in fire-rated and non fire-rated variations.

The contemporary aesthetic complements both commercial and residential environments. Both sizes can be arrayed for acoustical and design purposes.

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