Product Description

Diffusion is a prime component of any balanced acoustic treatment.

Aries Diffuser was designed using various diffusion techniques – inspired from traditional numeric sequence diffusers, it is composed of asymmetrical multi-depth wells, in which specific wells use a folded-depth technique to boost the mid-low diffusion range of the panel.

Whilst the panel itself is only 60mm thick, the extended wells on the diffuser are designed to be effective at 160 Hz and 400 Hz, with a linear diffusion pattern from 700Hz upwards – providing Aries diffuser an unheard-of diffusion capacity for its size.

The asymmetric wells are arranged in an optimised sequence to prevent lobing when used in larger arrays – in this, in combination with the extended low-range diffusion, make Aries go lower and outperform any other diffuser in its class – a truly unique approach to diffusion techniques, and a clear advance in performance over the traditional QRD design.


2D – QRD Diffuser

Scattering range:
160 Hz to 4000 Hz


– Enlarging sweet spot

– Specular reflection control

– Flutter echo control

A wood diffuser for any environment

Recommended for

– Control room

– Recording room

– Home studio

– Broadcast studio

– Drum room


Looking at the polar response of three cross-sections of Aires, you can see the true broadband response of the panel.

Available fire rate:
FG | Furniture Grade

– Natural wood veneer | Lacquered HMDF
– HMDF and plywood structure

Dimensions | 595x595x60mm

Integrated fixing system | panel can be rotated 90º to any orientation.

Aires is available in a selection of quality lacquered and natural wood finishes.
Designed to be used with other Artnovion products, with exactly the same thickness once installed. Aries is hung on screws, and can be installed on any surface, in any orientation.

Why use diffusion?
Diffuser panels scattering incoming sound waves into smaller, lower energy waves, scattered over a large area. These scattered reflections create a homogeneous sound field distribution and a full, balanced acoustic response. This improves speech intelligibility, music quality, and creates a more uniform, larger sweet spot.