Sound Absorption Panels
Through a fascination of sound, vibration, energy and frequencies, coupled with years of study and research in the field, our acoustic designers and installers have become a knowledgeable and valuable element when considering your audio requirements, always striving to provide a higher quality in sound reproduction/reinforcement.
Many venues, studios, theatres, boardrooms and work spaces invest in quality audio production systems without taking into consideration the sound properties and dynamics of the space. The sound quality properties of the environment is as important, if not more important, than the equipment reproducing the sound.
BG AudioVisual specialises in custom acoustic design, frequency analysis and sound treatment.
"Fast service, knowledgeable technicians and professional install. Our meeting experience is now greatly improved after the acoustic treatment installed by BG AudioVisual."
Rich Raymont - ICT Manager Dreamworld
What is the difference?
Sound treatment and soundproofing are two different approaches to controlling sound within a space.
Sound treatment refers to the process of improving the acoustics within a room by adjusting the sound reflections, absorption, diffusion, and other sound properties. This is often done by adding materials to the walls, floors, and ceiling of a room to help absorb or reflect sound waves. The goal of sound treatment is to create a more even and pleasing sound within the space, which can be beneficial for activities like video conference meetings, music recording, mixing, and mastering.
Soundproofing, on the other hand, refers to the process of reducing the amount of sound that can escape from a room or enter a room from the outside environment. This is typically achieved by creating a barrier between the inside and outside of the room, which can involve adding mass and insulation to the walls, floors, and ceiling. The goal of soundproofing is to reduce the amount of noise that can be heard in adjacent rooms or buildings, or to prevent outside noise from entering the room.
In summary, sound treatment focuses on improving the acoustics within a space, while soundproofing focuses on reducing the amount of noise that can escape or enter a space.
Acoustic treatment suitable for:
Live Music Venues
Video Conferencing Rooms
Bars and Cafes
House of Prayer
Public Urban Spaces
CUSTOM PRINTED ACOUSTIC PANELS AVAILABLE IN VARIOUS SIZES