Acoustic panels for radio studios that also embellish the room: this is the double mission carried out by the acoustic panels that are installed in the studios of the main radio stations across the world.
That is how it is. We no longer conceive a radio studio without its walls covered with sound-absorbent acoustic panels. If there is a room in which optimal acoustics is needed to perfectly hear dialogues and discourses, it is the broadcasting and recording rooms in radio stations. In addition, we are witnessing a new facet in the use of radio studios. A change produced, of course, by the arrival of internet radio.
Now, with digital broadcasts through the web, we can listen to any radio in the world from our computer, tablet or smartphone and, in many cases, we can also watch the programme via streaming video, or its subsequent podcast. This has turned radio studios into small television sets which need to look after their appearance more than ever. Now the wood of the acoustic panels for radio studios takes centre stage, bringing warmth and elegance to the room.
The new Catalunya Ràdio Barcelona Studio 1 of is a good example of the use of wood acoustic panels for radio studios. In the photos and video clip you can see Spigoacustic acoustic panels, models 8-16-32, 28-NO-32 and 28-NO-16 finished in melamine oak, with Fireproof MDF, a thickness of 16 mm, dovetailed assembly and sound-absorbent, thermo-glued, black fabric on the back of the plates. Just 55 m² of acoustic panels for radio studios that completely change the aesthetics and acoustic comfort of the room.
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