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Acoustic Panels to Improve Sound Quality

Acoustic Panels are designed to reduce unwanted sound, or noise. In rooms where there are a lot of hard surfaces noise and poor sound quality can be a problem. This is solved by installing sound absorbing panels onto either the walls or ceilings…

Acoustic Panels are designed to reduce unwanted sound, or noise. In rooms where there are a lot of hard surfaces noise and poor sound quality can be a problem. This is solved by installing sound absorbing panels onto either the walls or ceilings

Auditorium Acoustic Panels

Acoustic Panels minimise background noise in Auditorium

Acoustic Panels are designed to absorb sound waves across a range of frequencies. The choice of type of acoustic panel can also have an impact on the result. For example, perforated timber panels tend to have better performance at low frequencies, whereas fabric covered acoustic panels perform better at higher frequencies.

Serenity Ceiling Fabric Acoustic Panels

Serenity Ceiling Fabric Acoustic Panels

When a room has too many hard surfaces it makes it hard for people to hear properly or it is just too noisy. The result can be difficulty in understanding speech, distortion of music, and or increased stress on people who are in the room . The solution is to install sound absorbing acoustic panels.

Wall mounted acoustic panels are the most common solution. The other alternative is to install panels on the ceiling. Sontext have solutions and installation guides for both applications. See Serenity Wall Panel Installation or Serenity Ceiling Panel Brochure

The most important issues in choosing an acoustic panel are the type of finish, the quantity or surface area to be covered and the thickness of the acoustic insulation. The calculation of area in most instances need to be done by an Acoustic Consultant. The choices of finish and thickness from Sontext are

Acoustic Panels in Fabric and Timber Finishes.

Sontext manufactures Acoustic Panels finished in Wood, Fabric and Paint. The various panel thicknesses available have different performance characteristics.

Sontext manufactures Acoustic Panels finished in Wood, Fabric and Paint. The various panel thicknesses available have different performance characteristics. See Thickness is important. Article

Wood Acoustic Wall Panels

Consulting an Acoustics Engineer will ensure the best outcome for the room of concern. Fabric Acoustic Panels are available under the ‘Serenity’ brand name. The wood veneer or perforated timber acoustic panels are sold under the Murano Acoustics brand name. Sontext and their distributors have samples of the colours and finishes available.

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Sontext manufactures and distributes a large range of decorative, sound absorbing wall and ceiling panel systems in Australia and throughout the world. Sontext is very active in the Middle East, including Kuwait, Qatar and The UAE.

Sontext Acoustic Panels Reduce Noise

Sontext Acoustic Panels are designed to absorb unwanted sound, reduce reverberation and improve interior sound quality. Sontext Acoustic Panels can be used increase speech and music quality in many applications.

Sontext Acoustic Panels are designed to absorb unwanted sound, reduce reverberation and improve interior sound quality. Sontext Acoustic Panels can be used increase speech and music quality in many applications.

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