Artnovion Myron E vs Vicoustic DC2 diffuser


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Oct 17, 2017
I have 2 Vicoustic DC2 for almost 2 years. They work very well in my room. Recently I bought 4 Artnovion Myron E. Visoutic DC2 is a 14x14, 196 squares Skyline type diffuers. Artnovion Myron E is a 10x10, 100 squares diffusers. Myron E squares are bigger than DC2, the squares have more bevel edges. The material used in Myron E looks better than DC2, Myron E material is firmer.

I have two DC2 in the front wall, about 4ft above the ground. By comparison, DC2 highlight the high frequency. Seems like DC2 diffuse high frequency only. Putting Myron E in these positions, midrange is more full body. I feel Myron E diffuse a broader frequency than DC2. Soundstage seems much bigger with DC2. Myron E are powerful diffusers. Placing them in front wall, sound is not natural. It is not a good idea to put them in front wall.

Put both diffusers at the side wall for comparison, behind loudspeakers and 4ft above ground. The sound characteristic doesn't change. With Myron E on the side wall, highs are smoother, more midrange body and wider soundstage.

Placing two DC2 in front wall and two Myron E at side wall work the best in my room. I will put the other two Myron E at the backwall, 4ft above ground.


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Joe P.

Sep 3, 2018
Great write up, thank you.

How would you describe the 'not natural' quality the Myron E has when on the front wall?

MTB Vince

Well-Known Member
May 11, 2019
Dundas, ON Canada
I'd gather that both brands of these Skyline diffusor options are 24"x24" squares?


Apr 3, 2017
Hong Kong
I bought eight (8) pieces of the Artnovion Myron E diffusors (in white) for my humble system (based on the KEF Wireless II), to be installed on the front wall, behind the speakers, to reduce reverberation in my smallish listening room. Delivery in a couple of days - fingers crossed they'll have a positive effect.


Well-Known Member
Jun 13, 2013
E. England
QuadD, I was seriously considering those before going down a different path. Interested to hear your experience w them.

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