Acoustic Science Corporation

Acoustic Science Corporation
Acoustic Science Corporation is listed in the Recording Studio Equipment Sound & Video category in Eugene, Oregon. Displayed below are the social networks for Acoustic Science Corporation which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Acoustic Science Corporation on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

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4275 W 5th Ave
Eugene, OR 97402
(541) 343-9727

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Acoustic Sciences Corporation added 3 new photos.
These images are from a signboard that we created for the RMAF show that went on this last weekend. Although it was created for the Crestone Peak room, where we had our TubeTraps, the methodology can be used for most rooms. The image breaks it down into sections, or "impact zones" and how the sound waves can be controlled in different sections. By controlling these impact zones, the results are some of the best audio sounds to be heard! The little numbers on top of the TubeTrap icons represent the amount there stacked. Mainly had double stacks towards the front and triple stacks towards the back. I divided the graph up into two sections for easier reading. Have questions in regards to your listening room? Give us a call, we would be glad to help!

Acoustic Sciences Corporation added 2 new photos.
Large Green Panel Alert! These are actually some SoundFence panels from a total of 17 panels that are being shipped to California. The customer had installed a 25-meter lap pool in their backyard and thought that the cedar fence they currently had would reduce the sound of the pool pump(s)...except it didn't. It actually bounced the sound of the pumps off of the cedar boards and did nothing to reduce the sound. The sound of the pumps was too noisy for the neighborhood. So, they reached out to us for a solution and we delivered! Each panel had to be sized to fit into the existing fence posts, some of them were only an eighth of an inch off. We were able to fulfill his order, and soon the neighborhood will be all quiet again. ASC SoundFence is a cost-effective outdoor noise barrier and absorber ideally suited for surrounding noisy equipment. Swim in peace, my friends!

Acoustic Sciences Corporation shared Rocky Mountain Audio Fest's video.
A cool little video of some of the room setups at last years Rocky Mountain Audio Fest. We were not able to attend physically this year but do hope to see some images or video of our setup in the MIT Cables listening room, with the Neolith MartinLogan speakers. I bet it's the best sounding room there!
We're only 74 days from #rmaf2017 and, like in years past, there are going to be lots of exhibitors this year. Get your tickets at

Tubetraps helped find ripples in space and time that travel throughout our Universe!…

Tubetraps helped find ripples in space and time that travel throughout our Universe! Did you know that LIGO (Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory) used TubeTraps to help quiet down low-frequency noise buildup in the laser target? Low frequency 60 Hz sound was leaking into the large concrete target room which acted like a reverb chamber where even a small amount of continuous noise can build up into a louder noise. The sound pressures from this noise can vibrate the laser tube and target suspension system and create a jitter in the target which would blur the sensitivity of the laser system to detect the tiny laser mirror displacements that are created during the passage of gravitational waves. TubeTraps, very efficient 60 Hz bass traps, were used to quiet down the reverberant built-up in the first generation target room located in Hanford, Washington during its last operational years of 2009 and 2010 to help reduce the target jitter. Starting in 2010 and for 5 years LIGO was rebuilt, this time with a much more stable target system and went online on Sept 11, 2015. 3 days later a powerful set of gravitation waves swept past the earth from a distant pair of orbiting black holes and for the first time, gravity waves were detected. Shortly after the detection was announced ASC contacted the scientist who used TubeTraps on the first generation LIGO to find out if TubeTraps happened to be used in the second generation LIGO but our calls were not returned. No wonder, this was such a ground-shaking event for the LIGO team that 2 years later, in Oct 2017 they were awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics. We'll probably never know if we helped detect gravitation waves in the second generation LIGO system but we do know we were part of the first generation LOGO system.
Rainer Weiss of M.I.T. and his Caltech collaborators Kip Thorne and Barry Barish discovered ripples in space-time known as gravitational waves.

ASC Will Be Featured At 2017 Rocky Mountain Audio Fest, Denver CO. Oct 6-8 in Crestone Peak Room. Stop & listen if…

Rocky Mountain HiFi, Colorado! If you are in the Denver area October 6th - 8th or plan on attending the Rocky Mountain Audio Show at the Denver Marriott Tech Center, stop by the Crestone Peak listening room and be prepared to be blown away from the sounds! MIT Cables will be representing our products, along with their quality products of course, and the sounds will be emanating from MartinLogans flagship loudspeakers, the Neolith! We will have our products of IsoTheramal TubeTraps and StudioTraps on full display in the listening room. The 14th Annual Rocky Mountain Audio Fest (RMAF) is the largest consumer audio and home entertainment show in the United States. Simply put: “mega stereo systems!” Denver’s own audio wonderland now features over 160 exhibit spaces representing more than 400 companies from North and South America, Europe, Australia and Asia. Attendees are encouraged to go from room-to-room, interact with salespeople and engineers, have a seat and casually listen. Many bring their own iPods, discs or vinyl records, as most exhibitors are happy to play one or two favorite songs as a demonstration of sound quality. A variety of equipment is demonstrated, ranging from affordable audio systems to ultra-expensive high-end gear. RMAF also features live entertainment, informative seminars, equipment show specials, and prize drawings throughout the weekend. So get HiFi in Colorado!

We have plenty of our quality products at discounted prices for sale. Take a look...see something that you're inter…

The new IsoThermal TubeTraps from ASC were in full display at the LA Audio Show 2017 Show! Best Of Show again!…

ASC Helps Von Schweikert Audio Bring In The Gold At AXPONA 2017 #axpona, #HiFi, #audio