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In addition to scattering and acting as diffusors (which work better in the back in my opinion), this type of design works very well in absorption of low frequencies. It is the depth of the radius that makes these work so well. You can actually tune these to absorb much lower frequencies than standard tri-traps, but you need to know which frequencies you are trying to target. As with anything in the low frequency range, you can do more harm than good unless you know what you are doing. The other part of the secret to their effectiveness is that they must be physically attached to the wall so that they resonate with the rest of the room. However, I would not incorporate these unless you have a clear understanding of how these type of absorbers work. :reading:
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