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Q&A ~ The importance of good acoustics in spaces using AV equipment?

By |2020-07-22T09:24:07+00:00April 15th, 2020|Room Acoustics|

Resonics Director & Acoustic Specialist Matt Bullen was recently interviewed at an Q&A session for Audio Visual magazine. You can learn more about his views on the subject of audio visual room acoustics below: 1 – Why is it important to have good acoustics in spaces using AV equipment? It’s obvious to say that audio quality is a critical part of any AV installation. A simple truth is that if the room acoustics are poor then the audio quality, especially for those listening [...]

Worried About Hearing Loss? Here’s Something You Should Consider Doing…

By |2024-04-06T07:16:31+00:00March 23rd, 2020|Hearing Difficulties|

Last week I went to have my hearing tested at my local ‘Specsavers’ who, if you didn’t already know, also have in-house audiology experts providing hearing tests. I was met by a lovely lady called Sue, who began by asking me some questions which she filled out in a form. The main question being – “what is the reason for your visit, do you have reason to believe you are having a problem with your hearing?”. My honest answer was this… “my wife [...]

Demystifying Acoustics – The Resonics Guide to Reverberation Time

By |2023-01-24T16:24:46+00:00January 1st, 2020|Acoustics, Reverberation Time|

Our Guide to Room Acoustics page covers an array of information ranging from the causes of poor acoustics to the difference between Soundproofing and Sound absorption. The aim of the page is to give our customers a brief but better understanding of acoustics and demystify some of the more complicated concepts that surround the subject. One of the key principles that is central to what we do and how we do it is 'Reverberation Time' (RT).  Below is a short, but useful guide [...]

14 New Architectural Acoustic Products To Check Out

By |2024-04-06T07:16:31+00:00October 15th, 2019|Acoustic Panels, Office Acoustics|

14 New Architectural Acoustic Products To Check Out The world of architectural acoustics is changing, rapidly. As acoustic solutions become commonplace in commercial spaces, so has the demand to create unique and innovative sound absorbing products that serve not just a functional purpose, but which strike the eye. In recent years there has been an explosion of new acoustic products on the market that could only have been dreamed of in times past. These products blur the lines [...]

Metamaterials: Soundproofing The Future

By |2024-04-06T07:16:30+00:00October 30th, 2015|Sustainability, Sound Proofing|

Noisy neighbours, deafening air conditioning units, those disconcerting aeroplane creaks and whirs. These are all noisy nuisances that we think of as part and parcel of our day to day lives. Until now. It turns out some smart people in the worlds of science and engineering have been busy exploiting new discoveries made in metamaterials to develop new mediums that could effectively mute everyday objects and mechanisms. Metamaterials are artificially created materials, often down to individual cell units. By exploiting the theories of negative indexing [...]

Sound Absorption & Sound Masking – How Do They Compare?

By |2020-06-02T12:09:48+00:00August 5th, 2014|Acoustic Panels, Sound Masking, Sound Absorption, Office Acoustics, Restaurant Acoustics|

You may have heard of sound masking and even looked into it as a possible solution for your room acoustic issues. There's no denying that it is an practical fix in some cases and it certainly has its advantages. But how does it compete with sound absorption - which is often perceived as the most effective way of creating a comfortable acoustic environment? Here is our take on working with two very different solutions. What is sound absorption? Sound absorption refers to the [...]

The Power of the Online Review – Why Restaurants Can’t Afford to be Too Noisy.

By |2017-08-11T11:05:16+00:00July 15th, 2014|Acoustics, Restaurant Acoustics|

“It takes 20 years to build a reputation – and 5 minutes to ruin it” Business magnate Warren Buffet’s quote couldn’t be truer than it is today. Apart from word-of-mouth recommendation, online opinions are considered the most trustworthy source of information today, so businesses can’t afford to ignore the fact that a bad review can leave their reputation hanging in the balance. Restaurants in particular are at the forefront of business sectors where online reputation can be a decider as to whether they [...]

Demystifying Acoustics – Resonics’ 7 Rules of Sound Absorption

By |2017-08-11T10:45:43+00:00June 19th, 2014|Sound Absorption|

Continuing our series on demystifying acoustics, our ‘7 Rules of Sound Absorption’ focuses on how to optimise the use of sound absorbing materials to achieve the perfect acoustic environment. With years of experience of working with a huge range of room types and noise problems, we have honed a few simple principles that ensure the best level of acoustic comfort is achieved with every project we work on. So here are our 7 key rules: Calculate how many square feet of coverage is [...]

Non-Exclusive Partnerships – An Opportunity for Acousticians and Noise Consultants

By |2020-10-29T15:57:48+00:00May 27th, 2014|Acoustics|

Are you an acoustician or noise consultant looking for an acoustic design and installation specialist to take your recommendations and put them into practise? Resonics are experienced in taking acoustic surveys and reports and turning them into working acoustic solutions that look fantastic. A perfect accompaniment to your acoustic consultancy services, our design and installation teams will provide your clients with an acoustically effective, high-quality solution based on the recommendations given to us. So, if you are an acoustician, why is a non-exclusive partnership [...]

The Use of Acoustic Panels as Notice Boards – Ecophon’s Safety Assurance

By |2017-08-11T11:13:18+00:00May 2nd, 2014|Office Acoustics, School Acoustics|

Notice Boards are often at the heart of offices, schools and other working environments creating hubs for notices, work and other important documents. Whilst acoustic panels are, practically speaking, ideal for use as notice boards little has been researched into the safety of using sound absorbers as display panels. When pins are used on acoustic panels, a tiny amount of glass wool can potentially be omitted into the surrounding atmosphere – too much of this could be dangerous to room users. Particular concern [...]