Auditorium Works



Q: How many acoustic panels do I need in my room?
A:
Our solution is a great tool to find the right answer for any room. You provide some information about the room dimensions and surfaces, and our system crunches the numbers for you.

 

Q: Where should I place the panels in the room?
A: In general, where you place the panels in the room is not critical. A visually pleasant appearance is often the guiding factor in placement. The most important thing is simply to get the total square footage of panels into the room somewhere. No matter where you place them, the panels will soak up the extra sound that is bouncing off every surface in the room. That said, we do have a couple of non-critical guidelines for acoustic panel placement. First, you get more absorption per square foot of panel when the panel is placed in or near a corner. Said another way, you’ll need slightly fewer panels in your room if you place some of them in or near corners. Second, if there is a primary source of sound in the room, such as speakers at one place in the room, it’s a good idea to place panels at first reflection points. These are places where the sound can come from the source, bounce once, and reach the listener. For example, on the side walls of a listening room approximately midway between the listener and the speakers. This is because sound that reaches the listener after traveling an indirect path arrives just a little later than sound that came directly. This means your brain has to sort out multiple copies of the same sound, making things sound less clear and making speech more difficult to understand. Adding panels at the first reflection points reduces the late-arriving sound so your brain can focus on one clear copy of the sound.

 

Q: What’s the difference between rigid fiberglass board (like Owens Corning® 703) and Sound Attenuating Fire Batts (SAFB)?

A: There are no significant differences in acoustical properties (how they absorb sound). There are two significant differences in physical/mechanical properties.

  • Density. SAFB has a density (weight) of 2.5 pounds per cubic foot, which is the most cost-effective density for absorbing sound. Higher densities absorb sound only slightly better, so they are not worth the extra cost of material in most cases. 703 is the Owens Corning rigid fiberglass board product and is commonly used for sound absorption. It has a similar density at 3.0 pounds per cubic foot, and nearly identical acoustical properties to SAFB.
  • Rigidity. SAFB is a thick batt, like a heavier version of common household insulation batts. Rigid Fiberglass board is manufactured as a relatively rigid board that holds it’s shape.

 

Q: What is your Art Panel Policy?

A: Artwork for all art panels must be received by us and proofs approved by the customer within 30 days of placing the order, unless other prior written arrangements are made. Art panels are non-refundable once production on them has begun.


Specifications

Type Wood Wool Acoustic Panel
Application Wall Decoration
Color Customize
Pattern Plain
Finishing Non Polished, Polished
Features Attractive Design, Fine Finishing, High Quality, Stylish Look
Panel Shape Rectangle, Round, Square
Material MDF Board
Width 133 / 197 mm
Length 2440 mm
Thickness 18 mm
Finish Metal etc.
Usage Wall ceiling decoration
Fuction Sound absorption




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