Listening room with “acoustic cabinet wall”
A lively, yet controlled sounding room, where people like to stay even when music is turned off.
After the grown up Children have moved out, our customer took not long to decide to charge us with the planning of a new listening room in the newly available space. Although the room acoustics should match the high quality reference class stereo system, a homely and cozy atmosphere was demanded. The “acoustic cabinet wall” does not only create badly needed storage space, but also includes broadband absorbers and tuned bass traps. Like this, the apparent contradiction between acoustic and design does not arise in the first place.
More bass traps are located on the back wall behind printed fabric and under the ceiling behind ceiling panels. At the front and back wall 2D diffusers type RPG Skyline ensure an open and lively sound.
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Rear wall with Skyline diffusers and integrated bass traps in the corners.[/caption]
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Acoustic cabinet with storage space and integrated acoustic modules.[/caption]
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Front wall with skyline diffusers, on top of the page ceiling absorbers can be seen.[/caption]