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Top Three Acoustical Problems for Large Spaces and How to Solve Them

Sound travels and reflects through multiple spaces in a closed space. For instance, it reverberates from the ceilings and the walls, causing an echo too, making it difficult for people to intelligibly understand the sound source. The acoustics of a larger space are different from smaller rooms, as in a larger space, it’s all about… Continue reading Top Three Acoustical Problems for Large Spaces and How to Solve Them

Five Design Applications for 3D Acoustical Panels

Controlling noise and managing acoustics within a confined space is an important challenge for architects and interior designers. When designing an interior space, many architects find it challenging, especially if the client makes a request for particular acoustic specifications. However, one of the best ways to control sound in a closed space is through the… Continue reading Five Design Applications for 3D Acoustical Panels

How Acoustical Wood Panels Work with Sound Absorption

Abstract background soundproof concept image of an noise absorbing surface

Wood panels are commonly installed in auditoriums and in rooms where acoustic performance is important. In closed auditoriums or classrooms, the sound quality plays an important role. Architects and designers have to make sure that the rooms are properly designed and the right materials are used for ensuring sound clarity. One of the ways by… Continue reading How Acoustical Wood Panels Work with Sound Absorption

Three Ways to Improve Acoustics in Auditoriums

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The sound quality in an auditorium is of paramount importance, as it affects the experience for each guest. When designing an auditorium, the biggest consideration for companies is to ensure that every member in the seated audience can hear clear sound with crisp musical reproduction. As a result, apart from the usual building considerations, auditoriums… Continue reading Three Ways to Improve Acoustics in Auditoriums

Five Ways to Improve Classroom Acoustics

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Acoustics in a classroom play a very important role in helping students hear and understand clearly what the instructor is saying. If a student is unable to hear or clearly understand what the instructor is saying, it could have a dire impact on their learning ability. In the classroom, noise isn’t limited to just other… Continue reading Five Ways to Improve Classroom Acoustics

Binary Disorb™ – Flat or Convex+ Diffuser-Absorber

Prime7™ Mid-Range Quadratic Residue Diffuser

This mid-frequency design provides reflective phase grating diffusers that are computer-optimized to increase performance over standard designs. They provide one-dimensional diffusion and wide-range scattering of sound energy.

Prime7™ Bifractal Broadband Hardwood Diffuser-Absorber

Prime7 Bifractal Broadband Hardwood Diffuser-Absorbers diffuse sound uniformly from all angles. It has a quadratic residue design and is nested within a diffuser, providing uniform back-scattering of sound energy within its own frequency range without periodic arrays or unwanted absorption.

Prime7-FE™ Decorative Hardwood Diffuser-Absorber

These acoustical panels provide mid- to high-frequency diffusion for control of flutter echo while preserving the natural ambiance of the space. These panels offer the diffusion with low-frequency absorption, all in one product.