Audimute acoustical panels are used for many reverberant noise problems. Adding acoustical panels to the room will reduce reflected sound thereby dampening the echo and reverberation in a properly treated space.
Audimute acoustical panels are made up of Eco-C-tex, a blend of recycled cotton and cellulose fibres (the majority of which is post-consumer recycled newspaper) and it is an alternative to traditional fibreglass insulation, requiring less energy to produce.
These acoustic sound panels are available in a variety of shapes, sizes and colours. Audimute acoustic panels are handmade in the USA, and are applicable for wall applications where high and mild frequency absorption is desired, including conference rooms, home theatres, libraries, restaurants, exhibition halls, classrooms, retail, family rooms and more.
All of Audimute's panels are now Class A fire rated.
Information last verified: 25/02/2011