Eramita specializes in Designing, manufacturing, and installing, standard and custom acoustical solutions for your project needs.
Here are some of the key components that we consider in designing an acoustic solution for your projects:
Room dimensions and shape:
The size and shape of the room play a significant role in determining the overall acoustics. For example, a long and narrow room can cause sound to become dispersed, while a room with a high ceiling can lead to excessive echo.
Absorption materials, such as foam panels, fiberglass panels, and acoustic tiles, are used to absorb sound and prevent echo. These materials can be placed on walls, ceilings, or floors to achieve the desired acoustical properties.
Diffusion materials, such as acoustic panels with unique shapes or textures, help to scatter sound evenly throughout the room, creating a more uniform sound distribution.
To prevent outside noise from entering the theater, it's important to consider soundproofing the walls, windows, and doors. This can be accomplished by using materials such as acoustic sealants, soundproof curtains, and mass-loaded vinyl barriers.
The stage design can also impact the overall acoustics of the theater. For example, the use of a sound-reflecting proscenium arch can help to improve speech intelligibility, while the use of a sound-absorbent stage curtain can prevent sound from reflecting off the stage and into the audience.
Categories: Acoustic Walls, Acoustic Ceilings, Acoustic Doors and Windows, Absorbers, Diffusers, Bass traps, Motorized Acoustic Banners, Sound lock Rooms, Isolation Booths, Soundproof Boxes.