When design features in a room cause an echo or smearing of sound that affects speech clarity and intelligibility, this is often indicative of a common acoustical problem – high reverberation times. Acoustic panels are typically specified to address this issue, but they come with a high design cost – they often do not fit with the architectural or aesthetic vision of the space.

A natural fit in most modern spaces, acoustic blinds and curtains provide a viable design-first alternative, giving architects and designers freedom in their design, unconstrained by acoustics. Download this paper to learn more.


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