OneFrame fabric acoustic panels are sound absorbing panels placed on walls or ceilings to control and reduce noise, eliminate slap echo and control comb filtering in a room. The objective is to enhance the properties of sound by improving sound quality with sound absorbing panels.
With our leading experise in fabric textile printing you are able to have acoustic panels that appear as pictures, graphics or solid colours of your choice, designed to inhance the interior design of your environment.
Traditionally used to treat recording studios, churches, home theatres, restaurants, office work areas, corporate board rooms, hotel corridors and listening rooms. Acoustic noise control panels have become more popular and widespread as many recent commercial and residential designs give little thought to noisey room acoustics from large gloss surfaces and oversized glass windows.
The purpose of acoustic panels is to reduce, but not entirely eliminate, resonance within the room. Acoustic panels differ from bass traps in that they deal more with the mid and high frequencies in a room. Sound absorption is different than soundproofing, which is typically used to keep sound from escaping a room.
We’ve been working closely with some of the largest and most prolific acoustic manufacturers worldwide to fine-tune our fabric signage offer in this space. We believe that the added value of taking signage and turning it into science delivers a product that will not only be aesthetically pleasing but delivers functional outcomes day in, day out.
Imagine being able to introduce a set percentage of the personalised OneFrame acoustic solution and get a predetermined reduction of resonance within a room improving the overall sounds. So no matter if it is a corporate boardroom or in a loud bustly retail or hospitality environment it becomes imperative to have your signage work hard – in more ways than one.
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Talk to us about your acoustic panel requirements. Feel free to contact our team who would be happy to talk through the practical aspects and commercial considerations.