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There is an acoustic effect that occurs in some rooms, in which sound seems to remain in the air more than it should. This is a very annoying effect when trying to follow a speech or conversation or when attempting to enjoy a musical performance. This effect is produced by the premises' deficient acoustic conditioning that does not control sound "reverberation time."

For the proper acoustic conditioning of a room, we recommend using acoustic panels of sound-absorbent wood, that allow control of the sounds "reverberation time" and ensure optimum levels of intelligibility.
These acoustic panels are special wood panels used for installing wood ceilings, different false ceiling models and in wood walls. Thanks to the different combinations of channels (on the visible side) and circular holes (on the hidden size), the acoustic panels provide acoustic conditioning for every project.

Although it is recommended that the installation be done by a professional, the assembly system is very simple and quick. Basically, a metal frame is installed on which the acoustic panels are placed and joined with a tongue and groove system, until the acoustic ceilings and walls with this type of special wood panelling are complete.

This system is applicable for fixed wood ceilings, removable wood ceilings, and wood walls, or walls withwood panelling, where you can install both horizontal acoustic panels and vertical acoustic panels.

If you want to learn more about the installation conditions, as well as the various models and finishes available for acoustic panels by Spigogroup, visit the website of its Spigoacustic division.


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