Cinemacoustic Disguises Acoustic Panels as Art 
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Written by Dick Ward   
Tuesday, 20 April 2010

If you want the absolute best sound possible, you’ll almost certainly need to pick up some acoustic paneling.  Unless you’ve got the perfect audio environment already, chances are your audio quality could benefit from the simple and oft overlooked addition of some nice sound absorbing panels.  The issue of course is that black foam covering the walls just isn’t attractive.

The problem that Cinemacoustic is solving with the new line of panels is that of style.  Their new Acoustic Decor (AD) panels can be ordered in 1 or 2 inch sizes and designed to absorb, reflect or diffuse sound.  They’re covered in an acoustically transparent fabric that’s available in a variety of colors.

The Framed Acoustic Decor (FAD) panels add a touch of class to the mix.  Like the AD panels, they’re available in a variety of colors and purposes, and in any size desired.  They’ve got the added benefit of a poplar wood frame, which can be ordered in any of eight different finishes.

Cinema Image panels  are unique among Cinemacoustic’s offerings in that you’re able to order them with an image burned right into the fabric.  Whether you want a movie poster, a work of art, or a family photo, Cinemacoustic can do it.







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