Acoustic conditioning is a set of techniques and treatments aimed at improving the acoustic comfort of a room. Its widespread use is certainly motivated by an increasingly greater requirement of comfort on the part of the promoters and users of a building. Acoustic conditioning is, in this way, a term that has gone from being used only by technicians related to the world of construction and acoustics to being in the mouths of people outside this sector but who know that in construction, renovation and rehabilitation projects, in addition to aesthetics, air conditioning, accessibility and safety, acoustic conditioning of premises must also be taken into account.
That is why we wanted to draw some of these acoustic conditioning websites to your attention so they ¡can help you to understand a little more about this topic. These are the 5 acoustic conditioning websites that you should visit:
1.- The Spigogroup blog post that explains the differences between soundproofing and acoustic conditioning. Read Post: “what is soundproofing? what is acoustic conditioning? is it the same?”
2.- … and the ‘acoustic conditioning’ label of the Spigogroup blog with dozens of articles on acoustic conditioning. See all the posts.
3.- The page on Spigotec wood false ceilings for acoustic conditioning with explanations about their use, project photos, model sheets, finishes and the possibility of downloading a complete catalogue. See Spigotec.
4.- The page on Spigoacustic acoustic panels also with photos of projects , model sheets, finishes and the possibility of downloading a complete catalogue. See Spigoacustic.
5.- The Optimum Reverberation Time (ORT) Online Simulator/Calculator available for free on the Spigogroup website. See ORT Calculator.
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