There are basically two types of panels, Absorptive and Diffusive. The Absorptive panels absorb the sound waves, basically stopping them from bouncing off the hard surfaces of the room. Diffusive panels scatter the sound waves, which helps keep the room sounding “alive”.
The Importance of Acoustic Panels
Glen Hoffman | 3-D Squared Inc.
Why are acoustic panels important to any room with high-end A/V equipment
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What is the most interesting project you worked on.
We’ve worked on dozens of amazing projects. Perhaps the most memorable project was a James Bond theme that AcousticSmart presented to us. AcousticSmart needed designs for the acoustic panels that complimented their Theater Design. James Bond is probably the best movie franchise to design a Home Theater for. There are so many iconic graphics and images to choose from. You have the cars, girls, opening graphics, villains, weapons, posters and of course the various James Bonds actors. For this particular project we used a form of the famous James Bond bullet hole as unifying background motif. We spent dozens of hours coming up with a final design that the client was happy with. Now he regularly shares his James Bond passion with his high profile friends and clients.
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Can the panels be effective in any room, or just a dedicated Home Theater?
What are the different types of acoustic panels you install --- and is there a rule of thumb as far as placement of the various panels is concerned?
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