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Acoustic Hall for Conference / Auditorium / Lectures

In an Office Acoustic room, it is important to contain sound within the room while preventing the outside intrusion.

  • A suspended ceiling will block intruding noise and absorb sound within the room - minimizing reverberation.
  • Proper wall construction that extends above the ceiling to the deck can preserve privacy and reduce intruding distractions.
  • The addition of wall treatments can further reduce reverberation and enhance speech privacy.

INAVIT Auditorium Acoustics

Leveraging on the support of our industrial expertise, we are able to offer INAVIT Auditorium Acoustic. Under the offered array, we have Conference Room Acoustic and Cinema/ Theatre Acoustics. The offered auditorium acoustics are widely demanded as these are durable, easy to install & maintain and sound proof. To ensure that our offered acoustics have above named features, we manufacture these by making use of best grade raw material sourced from the most reliable vendors of the industry with the assistance of professionals.

INAVIT Conference Room Acoustics

Conference room acoustics are often overlooked in the design process, but they can quickly become a problem (and a high priority) once the room is put into use. Architects are great at designing aesthetically pleasing boardrooms and conference rooms, and when their clients see the renderings, acoustics is normally the furthest thing from their mind. Thus, the acoustical design of the boardroom goes unaddressed. But when the client moves in and has trouble holding meetings, acoustics comes to the forefront.   There are three basic types of acoustical issues that should be addressed when designing a conference room or boardroom:   Sound isolation to avoid noise disturbance and to achieve good speech privacy. Room finishes to create an acoustical environment conducive to discussion over the length of long boardroom tables. HVAC system noise control to reduce background noise and further provide for discussions over those long tables.  

Sound isolation means exactly what the term implies – that the room needs to be acoustically isolated from outside noise, and that it needs to stop private conversations from being heard outside the room. It involves specifying wall types with an appropriate Sound Transmission Class (STC), ensuring that glazing will not degrade the wall composite STC and using doors with acoustical seals. Often, it’s the little details that degrade the sound isolation, such as boardroom walls that do not extend from slab to slab, frameless interior wall glazing, doors without acoustical seals, and common return air ducts.

We are engaged in offering INAVIT Conference Room Acoustics that are designed as per the prevalent industrial norms. Moreover, we manufacture the offered conference rooms acoustics by making use of best grade raw material, sourced from the most reliable vendors of the industry.

In addition to this, we keep in mind the listed below issues in our mind before manufacturing the offered conference room acoustics. :  

We check the sound isolation to prevent noise disturbance and to achieve good speech privacy Further, we room finishing to make an acoustical environment conducive to discussion over the length of long boardroom tables Check HVAC system noise control to decrease background noise and to further provide for discussions over those long tables