Method of Operation
There are many types and forms of sonic distribution. Basically any non-flat shape or form will distribute some frequencies if it has sufficient mass. In order for any distributor to work efficiently it needs to weigh at least 4 pounds per square foot. This means that distributors made of plastic don't work very well. An ideal distribution array would scatter the full spectrum of sound, (acoustic energy) from 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz in all directions with equal efficiency.
The fundamental geometric shape used in Golden Acoustics Sonic Distribution systems is the Cone. Curved surfaces reflect sound in a non-uniform manner. This means the angle of incidence does not equal the angle of reflection. We have taken one of nature's most ideal geometric forms for reflecting, the cone, and split it in half vertically, then one half is split in half again or quartered. This quartered section is inverted, mated to itself, and then reattached to the half cone on its side. The proportioning of each cone component follows the Golden section, creating fractal geometry.