Using Eastman Plastics to Reduce Unwanted Resonance in Audio EnclosuresAudio products are increasingly integrated into the enjoyment and convenience of our daily lives—through our home theaters, audio streaming, and smart speakers to name just a few. This webinar evaluates how the choice of material for device housings can reduce distortion and improve sound quality. It explains testing methods for evaluating inherent vibration damping ability of polymers as well as testing of fully molded devices to compare cumulative spectral decay (CSD), total harmonic distortion (THD), and listener experience.
Low Birefringent Cellulose Acetate Propionates for Plastic Display Lens Covers Join Eastman polymer experts Chris Scarazzo and Laura Weaver as they present “Low Birefringent Cellulose Acetate Propionates for Plastic Display Lens Covers,” and learn about Eastman TREVA™, a new cellulose-based engineering bioplastic that offers both high performance and reduced environmental impact. TREVA is chemically resistant, dimensionally stable and has excellent flow, BPA-free and low birefringence.