Interfering reflections can be controlled by absorption or diffusion. In small rooms, it is often desirable to control interfering reflections and provide an ambient sound field using diffusion instead of absorption. When the room’s surfaces are relatively close to the listener, a very efficient diffusing surface is needed. To solve this problem, RPG® patented the Skyline®. It is the industry’s first — and most efficient — omnidirectional primitive root number theory two dimensional diffusor. The Skyline® scatters incident sound uniformly so that the acoustic glare in all directions is minimized.
10 panels in various condition. All have spent most of the last 7 years on the ceiling of my media room. I have put a few at reflection points. Some have a little piece (size of a quarter) chipped out from moving them. I adhered them to the ceiling with glue at one time, so there is some glue residue on the back of most of them, but it has no effect on performance. I since use velcro to adhere them and it works great.
I painted them burgundy to match my room. You can paint over them. It was very easy with a Wagner Power Painter or similar device. It was fun, too!!!
I'll see them in any combination and would likely agree to a quantity discount.
Feel free to ask questions. Pictures to come.