ACOUSTICS IN GYMNASIUMS, MULTI-USE ROOMS AND CHURCHES

Large spaces are prone to high noise levels (voices, music, yelling, whistles, the impact of a ball in sporting events, etc.). Internal acoustics refers to acoustic phenomena inside a closed space. The most significant is reverberation, the phenomenon that prolongs the duration of a sound. Reverberation increases the direct sound from an original source as it builds up in the reverberant field.

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This field is made up of all the sound reflected from the walls, floor and ceiling. At a certain distance from the source, the reverberated sound is louder than the direct sound. As a result, too much reverberation will render speech unintelligible. This is why reverberation needs to be controlled. A room’s reverberation time must remain within the acceptable range for its particular use. A rate that is too low (acoustically dead) or too high (echoic) make the space uncomfortable for users. Acoustic expertise will help you find the ideal level for your space.

Acoustic correction products, either suspended or mounted on the wall, increase acoustic comfort while guaranteeing better intelligibility and superior sound quality when the space is in use.

Acoustic products designed for large spaces

Our sound-absorbing products for acoustic correction, such as insightfully integrated baffles and acoustic panels, allow you to achieve the ideal acoustic comfort based on how you use your space.

A room’s reverberation time must remain within the acceptable range for its particular use. Rates that are too low (acoustically dead) or too high (echoic) can be uncomfortable for the users.