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Here are a few tips to keep in mind


How do acoustic panels improve the worship experience?

Acoustic panels are designed to absorb the background noise that, if left untreated, combines to distort the sound signals within your space. By dropping the background noise levels, you will notice better sound clarity. This will prevent your congregation from having to strain to hear the sermons or the choir, and ensures attendance to your place of worship.

How does controlling echoes help with my worship service?

Adding sound panels to your sanctuary will help to capture and convert the background noise, and transfer it out of the space, allowing the original sound signals to be heard more clearly. They will also allow for better music and speech clarity. 

How is spoken word compromised by poor sound quality?

Clarity is one of the most important parts of all communication. If there is too much background noise, the original sound signals are disrupted, leading to a blurring of the spoken word that the members of your church have come to hear. Your goal should be to manage, and lower the levels of background noise within the space in order to preserve the clarity of your sermons. 

How Many Sound Panels Does Your Sanctuary Need?

This is entirely dependent on the size of your space. You will need to measure the wall space in order to determine the quantity of materials that you will need. The key to success here is to not undertreat the space. As far as where to place the materials, you will want to spread the products evenly throughout the walls and ceiling. You may also want to add a backdrop behind the choir or musicians spaces. You will absorb the background noise most efficiently as long as you have the right amount of sound panels evenly dispersed around the room.



Here are a few tips to keep in mind


How do acoustic panels improve the worship experience?

Acoustic panels are designed to absorb the background noise that, if left untreated, combines to distort the sound signals within your space. By dropping the background noise levels, you will notice better sound clarity. This will prevent your congregation from having to strain to hear the sermons or the choir, and ensures attendance to your place of worship.

How does controlling echoes help with my worship service?

Adding sound panels to your sanctuary will help to capture and convert the background noise, and transfer it out of the space, allowing the original sound signals to be heard more clearly. They will also allow for better music and speech clarity. 

How is spoken word compromised by poor sound quality?

Clarity is one of the most important parts of all communication. If there is too much background noise, the original sound signals are disrupted, leading to a blurring of the spoken word that the members of your church have come to hear. Your goal should be to manage, and lower the levels of background noise within the space in order to preserve the clarity of your sermons. 

How Many Sound Panels Does Your Sanctuary Need?

This is entirely dependent on the size of your space. You will need to measure the wall space in order to determine the quantity of materials that you will need. The key to success here is to not undertreat the space. As far as where to place the materials, you will want to spread the products evenly throughout the walls and ceiling. You may also want to add a backdrop behind the choir or musicians spaces. You will absorb the background noise most efficiently as long as you have the right amount of sound panels evenly dispersed around the room.

Acoustical Coverage Breakdown For Your Religious Organization

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