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    Re: Artnovion ... the beginning

    Thanks - from Google translate, the summary seems to be that they work well to address specific frequency issues - is that correct?

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    Re: Artnovion ... the beginning

    Quote Originally Posted by heihei View Post
    Thanks - from Google translate, the summary seems to be that they work well to address specific frequency issues - is that correct?
    yep - You can set up proper frequency range and it works very well

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    Re: Artnovion ... the beginning

    Does anyone here have experience with the Artnovion Arvon W Diffusers?

    I'm thinking about buying or making some diffurers to place at the first reflection point on my walls. These Artnovion Arvon W Diffusers look decent enough to place in my living room.
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    Re: Artnovion ... the beginning

    Quote Originally Posted by Mordante View Post
    Does anyone here have experience with the Artnovion Arvon W Diffusers?

    I'm thinking about buying or making some diffurers to place at the first reflection point on my walls. These Artnovion Arvon W Diffusers look decent enough to place in my living room.
    They certainly look nice. But I emailed them once (they are in Portugal I believe) and never heard back. Hopefully you have a local dealer that is more responsive.

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    Re: Artnovion ... the beginning

    i did email them once and they somehow thought i was a dealer in Denmark they was interested , as i told them i was not , but that my dealer might have interest in them i asked if it was okay to talk to my dealer about it......my dealer then contacted them ,,,, and they told him they already had a dealer in Denmark. !
    Seems like they are not rally good at those retailing things.
    I like their products , at least from how they look.
    But in my opinion their really need to step up some levels in retailing.
    Flemming

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    Re: Artnovion ... the beginning

    Totally opposite experience I had with them - been super responsive and customer oriented..
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    Re: Artnovion ... the beginning

    I've had their Eiger bass traps on home demo for a few days, and tested both listening and measuring via REW. These are the old model with adjustments made to the frequency response as shown in the pic above.

    The good news is they work, evident in both measured response and listening tests. This is not only reducing peaks and troughs, but also the decay time of those bass frequency too.
    The bad news is that the adjustments make no measurable difference at all, and may be why they changed the adjustment method.

    I've been impressed with their impact and the fact they look stunning, so am likely to order a pair of sub traps to begin with.

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