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Using Sound Panels in Churches To Optimize Sound Quality

Many churches have large, open spaces with rigid walls, floors and ceilings. They are excellent for housing large gatherings, but the structure can cause sounds to bounce around the room. Sound panels can help control the audio for improved clarity.

How Sound Panels Help Acoustics

In the past, large spaces were designed to push sound from the structure’s front to the back, allowing everyone to hear. With today’s amplifying equipment, echoes and reverberation can make music and speech unintelligible in those spaces. Even in recently built churches, flat drywall on the walls and ceilings creates reverberation.

Sound panels are made of materials that absorb and diffuse sound waves, preventing noise from reflecting and echoing around the room. The diffused sound waves are clearer. They make speech easier to understand and give music more clarity.

Where To Place Sound Panels

Sound panels come in different shapes and sizes. They can be configured to accommodate the requirements of the church space. A professional installer can evaluate the area and determine the best product and placement for your needs.

Call the Professionals at QTS

The team at Quiet Technology Systems can help you with sound panel design that optimizes the acoustic quality in your church. Contact QTS today to see how we can assist you.