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The Helmholtz resonator is a device born to control acoustic resonance and it is very well known.
It consists of a volume of air enclosed in a cavity, coupled with the outside through one or more openings, to create a mechanical mass-spring system with its own resonance frequency at which the system is able to absorb a considerable part of energy.
The absorption of this kind of resonator is very selective about the frequency of resonance and particularly effective in the case of low-frequency booms.
The Helmholtz resonator is a device designed to control acoustic resonances. It consists of a volume of air enclosed in a cavity, coupled with the outside through one or more openings, this creates a mechanical mass-spring...
VOLCANO is the newest addition to the family of variable resonators developed and manufactured exclusively by Acustica Applicata. It is a device specifically designed to improve the timbre and dimensionality of virtually any music reproduction system...
The new Halifax is similar in design to the Volcano but is shorter and slightly wider. It is designed principally for use in home cinema systems, hence the reason for its lower height, and is only...