Friday, January 27, 2006

Soundproofing in a Restuarant or Cafe

I am sure most people who have been to an upscale restaurant or cafe have noticed that the acoustics in these areas are the absolute worst. Many times these venues have beautiful marble or ceramic tile or other decorative hard surfaces to give the restaurant a pleasant atmosphere. Unfortunately these hard surfaces cause the sound to reverberate and reflect throughout the entire room. There is a little trick that many of our customers have used to reduce the reverberation in these areas without changing the look of the venue. There is a product that we carry called "Echoless Panels". These panels are made of a bonded acoustical cotton material that the restaurant's are actually adhering to the bottoms of the tables and the chairs to absorb the reflective sound and reduce the reverb while increasing the speech inteligibility in the room.
This method of acoustical treatment in now way changes the decor or the aesthetics of the restaurant, but it does make the dining experience much more pleasurable. The Echoless panels come in many different colors and thickness' so if added absorption is needed they can be used on exposed walls and ceilings and still will not detract from the aviance of the dining area. For more information on this product or any of our state of the art acoustical treatments for restautants, cafes, or nite clubs, please call the professionals at Soundproofing America.

As Always,

Bob Orther
Technical Advisor
Call Toll free (877) 530-0139

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