acoustical treatment

acoustical treatment

[ə′küs·tə·kəl ′trēt·mənt]
(civil engineering)
That part of building planning that is designed to provide a proper acoustical environment; includes the use of acoustical material.
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13 February 2018 - US-based M and A, capital raising and strategic advisory services provider Intrepid served as the exclusive financial advisor to US-based pro-audio interface technology, guitar effects, and acoustical treatment products maker Radial Engineering, Ltd.
The panels have standard perforations with custom capabilities allowing sound to pass through and be absorbed by the acoustical treatment behind them.
The right acoustical treatment coupled with some common sense is a surefire way to deliver great sound
Six months after the acoustical treatment, the personnel at these daycare centers completed the same questionnaire for a second time (n = 68).
Often, this results from a combination of poor acoustical treatment and lack of uniform background sound, often known as sound masking.
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Mineta San Jose International Airport has completed its Acoustical Treatment Program (ACT) in Washington Elementary School and Sacred Heart Nativity School in San Jose.
The facilities also suffered from a physical environment that provided too much stimulation due to size, lack of acoustical treatment and an absence of program spaces on each unit.
The addition of top-quality acoustical treatment to deaden noise transference from one space to another is also beneficial.
In such a big hall, lowering the reverberation time to just 4 to 5 seconds, as suggested by the show's acoustician Eddy Bogh Brixen, requires an enormous amount of acoustical treatment. This challenge was solved with more than 5,000 square meters of absorbing curtains and 8,000 square meters of inflatable bass absorbers, a new technology on the market.

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