JOCAVI is presenting this design proposal on diffusion products which are not as common. This has been done on the basis of the positive aspects of complex shaped diffusers and the tasks carried out in the field of diffusion, to the detriment of the usual numerical sequences that are repeated to build diffusers. When a diffuser has a complex structure, as opposed to the identical or retrograde repetitions, it adopts algorithms that originate a series of N elements, thus causing an optimal musical characteristic.
Numerically structured diffusers scatter the sound effectively but have some inherent associated absorption. This model is meant to be an acoustic diffuser with the best scattering features possible coupled with the lowest absorption coefficient. This new model has abrupt joints with planes that lean on each other, which are always different, but do not cause big concavities or parallelisms. Design was an ever present concern in the manufacture of this product, in order not to make it unattractive due to its shape, regardless of its obvious use