Whether it’s a home cinema, a new-build multiplex or a renovated theatre, the priority is to create an environment where the right amount of sound is absorbed.
The main aim of any cinematic production is to create an impactful, multi-sensory experience. It’s not just about the visuals; the music and voices also play a vital role.
The aim here is to ensure that enough sound is absorbed to stop disturbances from the crowd and equipment, but not enough to deaden the sound of the music or voices within the production.
Improving Sound Quality In Cinemas
Thousands of pounds could be spent on the latest, top-quality audio equipment. If the acoustics of the room is bad, however, the quality of sound will be compromised.
The experience of the cinema-goer is hugely significant here, and it’s no surprise that a bad viewing experience could harm sales over time.
By keeping the customer in mind, we have developed a range of solutions aimed and providing a positive cinematic experience.
Acoustic Solutions For Cinemas
At Sound Zero, we recommend that the three sides of the room’s surrounding walls are covered with a sound-absorbing layer. Our Class ‘0’ Insulation Foam ensures that sound does not bounce between walls, causing distractions through high reverberation.
We aim to provide a solution that absorbs the right amount of sound from all angles, reducing high reverberation and flutter echo.
In doing this, customers (and guests) will gain an acoustically comfortable experience.
Cinema Acoustics In Harmony With Design
We always aim to provide acoustic solutions in line with strong aesthetics. The cinema experience is about comfort and relaxation.