The challenge of an eye-catching acoustic solution! The main function of acoustic applications is to absorb sound. In addition to achieving the desired result in terms of sound, it is of course a great challenge to also be able to make the acoustic elements into a real eye-catcher. The behavior of vibrations and sound is complex. Leather seems to be made to make acoustics look beautiful too.
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The Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC) is the technical name for a value that indicates how much noise a material absorbs. The higher the value, the better an acoustic panel absorbs sound.
The most ideal value is 1, which corresponds with 100% absorption. In acoustics this is also referred to as an ‘open window’. All sound disappears through it and does not come back.
Preferably, the materials installed have a value between 0.85 and 1.0.
The NRC value becomes relevant when a room suffers from reverberation.
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