You tell us what you desire regarding:
The wall materials
One of our many proprietary rubbery water-based
elastomer materials can approach 240 pound per cubic
foot. MDF averages 65 pounds per cubic foot. This
material consists of both stiff-dense and rubbery-dense elements.
Ideally, your cabinets would use layers of our materials, with the base
material for each layer designed to absorb a specific soundwave
wavelength bracket and the base material's sound absorbing additives
imbedded in the base material comprised of various additional sound and
vibration-absorbing materials. Each layer uses a different base
material aimed at absorbing a specific frequency bracket, but salted
with materials absorbing the other sound and vibration frequency
The cabinet shape
We produce your shape to to your specifications.If
your desire is for flat wall cabinets using our materials specifically
engineered for loudspeaker cabinet walls, we happily will produce them
for you. .As noted above the units are Handmade for individuals,
or, Manufactured for OEMS.
You supply the drivers and electronics. We supply the cabinets.
US Enclosure can produce a tremendous variety of nondiffracting cabinet shapes, if you desire.
only goal is to improve your Mastering Loudspeaker performance via
specifically engineered cabinet wall materials and if requested, true
diffraction elimination via cabinet shaping.
Our Vibration Control concept:
Multi-modulus wall layers with each layer targeting a section of the sound and vibration spectrum.
metals or cements, our cabinet walls do not rely
strictly on density. We produce a variety of materials designed to
be layered. Each layer is comprised of multiple sound and
vibration absorbing elements targeting specific sound bandwidths.
Various materials used are both rubbery and stiff, and some wall materials
exceed-- 200 pounds per cubic foot or more when required.
the various materials comprised of multiple modulus's
(stiffness/rubbery) to achieve the ultimate sound and vibration
absorption for your units.
One of highest density wall layers should be toward the exterior cabinet
wall to decouple the cabinet from the atmosphere, although this concept
certainly is not mandatory.
material engineering viewpoint is that enclosure wall materials are
elements which can be tuned and we engineer both individual and mass
manufactured loudspeaker cabinets as a precision