Home Theatre – Thesound quality in a home theater is dependent on factors such as room size and composition of the floors, walls and ceiling materials. Dissipating excessive sound energy can be achieved through the proper amount and placement of decorative sound absorption surfaces.
Studios - Sound quality inside a studio is dependent on strategic placement of sound absorption surfaces in order to control reverb time and also to control placement of the sound energy. The acoustic materials which can be used are fiber based (fiberglass, Cotton /Polyester), foams and a variety of alternative resin-based products.
Offices / Conference Rooms - Wall and ceiling mounted acoustic panels, hanging baffles and high performance ceiling tiles are commonly used to improve speech intelligibility and sound quality within commercial office environments.
Meeting Halls - Meetings halls are large, noisy rooms, with numerous solid surfaces. The "hard" surfaces create high levels of echo which raises the l noise level which makes communication difficult. Absorbing materials are the best to be used in meeting halls, and multipurpose rooms.
Places of worship / Churches – Several points are considered while applying the acoustics and they are : Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC) ratings, finished appearance and building code requirements
Restaurant - Good acoustics provides a pleasant atmosphere in restaurants. Echo and reverberation can be controlled by installing sound absorbing panels. Choosing the sound absorbing panels includes factors such as using safe materials which comply with building codes, appearance and installing the appropriate quantity of panels.