Thinking about rooms that need to be acoustic, it mainly refers to either soundproof or sound diffusion. What is the difference between the two? How do they cooperate together to make a room sound the best?
These panels are supposed to remove the major of sound energy. They might leave a bit of a dead and dry sound if only the absorption is put inside a room, but they work even better when coupled with diffusion panels.
Their job is to spread the outside sound in a special space. They make the sound travel evenly in certain directions.
We provide acoustic ceiling panels with perforation patterns. The absorption rate varies with the size and skin of perforated acoustic panels.