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Wall Lining and

Acoustically poor situations can experience the ill effects of long reverb times which can make it hard to comprehend discourse. A case would be prepare stations or expansive games corridors yet it can likewise influence littler rooms as well. Healing facilities and Schools with long passages are another prime illustration.

So what is reverb, well in the event that you stand and make a commotion, not exclusively will a portion of the sound travel straight to your ears (coordinate sound), yet some of it will likewise transmit out and ricochet back at you from encompassing articles (reflected sound). Since most rooms have various sound-reflecting surfaces, similar to roofs, dividers, floors and furniture the sound will hit these surfaces and skip back at you at an alternate circumstances as the immediate sound. On the off chance that loads of reflected sounds land at the audience they might be not able recognize them. The best possible term is resonation albeit a few people jump at the chance to call it reverberate

There are a few different solutions to rectify the problem with varying cost implications.

Starting with the simplest method of carpeting the area with a thick carpet, although this is not always possible in high traffic areas where a concrete, laminated or vinyl floor is required or maybe there is already a carpet fitted.

The next solution would be to install a suspended ceiling with acoustic tiles. Some tiles are far better than others at absorbing sound so you need to be looking for ceiling tiles with a NRC (Noise Reduction Coefficient) rating of 0.75 or better. Typical examples would be Ecophon ceiling tiles which are made from glass fibres or Rockfon tiles which are made from rock fibres.

Whilst a suspended ceiling is probably one of the best and low cost ways to reduce the reverberation time, again it is not always possible, for instance in a sports hall where stray balls may hit the ceiling.

There may even be a suspended ceiling already fitted and it is still not reducing the reverberation enough due to the shape of the room, for example a room where the ceiling is very high. In this scenario the next best solution would be to fit acoustic wall panels.