Silentmax3D luxury edition
Developed under a separate brand name, Silentmax® is a 12 mm thick acoustic panel characterized by excellent acoustic energy absorption. It is meant to serve anywhere where reverberation times needs to be reduced: in modern interiors, but also in offices, meeting rooms, classrooms, auditoriums and so on. Made from 100% PET recyclate, it is durable, non-flammable and colour stable. All information about the acoustic properties of this material can be found at its respective webpage, silentmax.eu. The three-dimensional design, which divides the panels into acoustic segments, is a mix of simple cost-effective flat panels and the more advanced series of our hybrid diffusers. Compared to flat panels, it offers the same variability of integration into the interior but its active area is almost 2.4 times larger.
Reduce echo and noise in a modern and simple way. Noise is proven to have a detrimental effect on human health. Wherever architectural and interior design sacrifices or ignores the behaviour of sound in an enclosed space, compensatory acoustic treatments come to have their say. Too long a reverberation hinders concentration and makes sound indistinct. Listening to the spoken word in an environment with an echo is exhausting.
Improve Acoustics in Modern Interiors
Unbalanced acoustics are not solely an issue of commercial or utility spaces. Acoustics, despite having a major impact on the psychological well-being, are often neglected in modern apartments, ironically to favour practical use. Long reverberation times impair the clarity and intelligibility not only of speech, but of course also of music. They also hinder the ability of hearing for spatial localisation. Modern living spaces usually suffer from a lack of acoustically absorbing materials. They are woefully lacking in minimalist interiors without carpets.
Reverberation time is the main acoustic parameter of an enclosed space. It is relatively easy to measure and should range from 0.2 to 0.5 seconds. An overly dampened room feels oppressive, whereas in a room without any damping there is a noticeable echo; for example the unpleasant reverberation of a clinking spoon. Put simply, the issue is that of accumulation of acoustic energy caused by reflections from solid surfaces of the ceiling, floor, windows and especially the walls. Reverberation time can be controlled using a variety of soft, acoustically absorbent materials. In addition to specifically developed acoustic materials in the form of panels and diffusers, these include, for example, thick curtains, carpets, upholstered furniture and so on.
Acoustic diffuser prevents unwanted sound wave reflections in the listening space. Intended for demanding hifi listeners, it improves the overall acoustics of the listening space. Instead of absorbing the sound waves, as usual isolation does, they are evenly diffused.
Unique acoustic solution – make your room sound better
This unique hybrid acoustic diffuser improves room acoustics. It evenly disperses sound reflections and its pattern is adapted to natural room properties. It improves elocution clarity and instrument separation, the perception of the space becomes brighter, the contours of the instruments are more detailed and clearer.
Even with the best audio system, you will not achieve good results in poor acoustic conditions. Improve your room acoustics materially.
A stylish photograph, an abstract visualisation, or a custom collage created by artificial intelligence? Our acoustic canvas absorbs excess acoustic energy, reducing echo and noise in the room. Its contribution to the improvement of both acoustics and aesthetics of the given space is permanent. The custom designs are brought to life with the help of a special printing method applied to Silentmax® acoustic panels.
How to install Silentmax3D?
The installation is simple. Two metal rails, available in black or white, are fastened to the wall or ceiling using dowels. The rail is notched 5 cm apart. The acoustic segments are inserted into the notches; simply clicked inside.
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