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It would certainly have an impact on higher frequencies being somewhat reflected. It's not going to actually diffuse as that requires specific depths/widths coupled with no absorption to allow even scattering in time and space.

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I'm not as worried about covering up absorption area as I am the reflections off of the hard wood surfaces.
 

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For broadband absorbers, it would be fine. For those specifically where you're trying to address first early reflections, it would be a problem regardless of other reflective surfaces in the room.
 
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