Using Acoustic Panels to Reduce Noise

Acoustics are how we hear sound waves in a room, as a result of the room's properties. Reverberation, or echo, are when sound waves pass through the air and reflect off of smooth, hard objects such as floors, walls, and ceilings. Our acoustic panels are designed to reduce echo, or reverberation time, to a manageable level, so you can enjoy your space the way it was meant to be enjoyed - free from distraction.

Where to put acoustic panels?

Large rooms with a sound source that you want to hear in perfect tone and clarity, usually require acoustic panels. Some of these rooms include:

Conference Rooms Auditoriums Movie Theaters
Hotels Halls Restaurants
Hallways Night Clubs Offices
Gymnasiums Home Theaters Classrooms

And More!

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