How should I improve the acoustics in the living room?
Poor acoustics in the house have to do with too many hard surfaces.
Television, audio, or speech sound reflects off the wall and ceiling. The sound arrives at the receiver not only directly, but also delayed (indirectly). We therefore speak of reverberation.
Without sound absorption in the right places, the reverberation is too high and unpleasant for the peace.
Are you looking for a quick and noticeable improvement in acoustics?
Start by adding acoustic wall panels on the walls.
An acoustic wall panel above the sofa is very effective. This means that the wall panel is placed behind the receiver, which benefits greatly from it.
We recommend a second acoustic wall panel on the wall at right angles to the first wall panel. In this way you can capture most wall reflections with only two wall panels.
Do you want perfect acoustics in your living room?
You can completely eliminate the reverberation in a living room by adding both acoustic wall panels and acoustic ceiling panels or ceiling elements.
The number of ceiling panels should cover 30% of the ceiling area. We recommend that these are evenly distributed across the ceiling. The additional two wall panels reduce further wall reflections.