Improving acoustics in a meeting room
In a meeting room, good acoustics are essential for a fruitful consultation or conference call and also leads to less fatigue. For a meeting room, good acoustics mean that speech intelligibility is optimal. Good speech intelligibility is achieved by adding an acoustic solution, which reduces reverberation and sound reflections. Acoustic challenges:
No reflections from walls and ceiling;
Speech privacy to surrounding areas.
What is the advantage of good acoustics in a meeting room?
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Many meeting rooms are furnished with many hard materials such as glass walls, a concrete floor and a steel ceiling. Too many hard materials lead to annoying sound reflections and sound levels that are too high. Acoustic solutions are needed and lead to:
Reduced noise level
By adding a good acoustic ceiling, the sound level in the room is reduced and can carry sound less far. This ensures a better sound quality and sound experience.
By better shielding sound with acoustic barriers (desk screens, dividers), sound can spread less easily. As a result, employees experience less direct nuisance from each other.
Productive and healthy workplace
A good acoustic environment results in less tiredness, less stress and ultimately less absence due to illness and therefore more efficiency.
Fewer distractions and improved concentration through appropriate acoustic interventions ensure that an employee listens better and makes better quality telephone calls.
The best-selling solutions
For good acoustics in a meeting room
The acoustic solution must be aesthetically pleasing to the layout of the room. When it comes to acoustic applications, there is a wide choice of both striking and discreet solutions. For example, the acoustical solution can disappear into the current interior or can also be used as a branding of the room.
EASYphoto wall panels
EASYultra wall panels
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Thomas van Hulst