The Aeolian Sound Diffuser from Acoustics First creates a unique aesthetic while improving acoustics. The entire diffuser is asymmetric, with each edge designed to vary in height by less than the width between them, creating an implied symmetry.
The new VXL1 Series is compact and capable, along with its family of products, of delivering high sound quality in small commercial spaces, including churches.
The Clair TrueFit system is designed to reduce energy wasted on walls and effectively extend the stereo image over a greater audience area, for both modern and classic venues.
An historic Saratoga Springs hotel dons gathering space needs, access issues, and historic preservation efforts reminiscent of historic church restoration concerns.
Completed in 1878, Loretto Chapel in Sante Fe, N.M., contained no ladder or stairs to its choir loft--until a carpenter came up with a helix-shaped solution that perplexes designers to this day.
Mount Vernon, Wash.-based Stealth Acoustics specializes in the creation of audio and visual space innovations, including amplification and DSP-based processing that deliver totally invisible sound.