What is a resonator?
Resonators are metal rods which are designed with their natural frequency for the natural frequencies of the pagode Master Reference. By integrating these resonators, vibration amplitudes excited by airborne or structure-borne sound can be significantly reduced. Large portions of the kinetic energy – up to 90% for self-excitation and up to 70% for forced excitation – are inaudibly converted into heat by the resonators. Each pagode model has an individually measured resonator assembly.
Amplitude response of natural resonances with and without resonators
Resonator assembly of a pagode HD03
Mounting a resonator