The auditory perception is a term to describe the effects of the acoustic properties of a room on sound performances, such as music or speech, at the location of the listener. Acoustics therefore describes the ability of a room to transmit speech and music as a function of reverberation time. Acoustics does not describe the physical properties of a room, but rather the psychological effects of hearing. Within the same room, audibility may vary locally and be subject to individual variations depending on the previous experience. In short, it is a question of the suitability of a room for sound performances.
“A large amount of absorption surface helps a lot” (false)
It is true that a large absorption surface automatically helps a lot. However, the absorber can only do its job if it is placed in the right place. If an absorber is very close to a noise source, it can be much more effective than if it is placed far away from the noise source (even if it is two or three times larger). This is why our competent acoustic consultants will be happy to advise you.
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