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sharpi31 9th December 2012 01:46 PM

Christmas tree positively effect room acoustics?
 
Just brought a particularly dense Christmas tree into our living room. There seems to be a noticeable improvement in HF clarity in the room...

I suppose it's a composite fractal acoustic absorber :-)

dirkwright 9th December 2012 01:54 PM

HAHAHA. I would speculate that a pine would be better at that than a fir or spruce, but it'd be an interesting experiment. You'll have to go buy one of each to find out. Also, don't forget the refractive qualities of the ornaments and tinsel!

DF96 9th December 2012 02:12 PM

Some of the ornaments may be high-Q resonators.

dirkwright 9th December 2012 02:18 PM

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Originally Posted by DF96 (Post 3277304)
Some of the ornaments may be high-Q resonators.

Just the thing to add some sparkle to "Jingle Bells"... :D


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