Customer Reviews: Auditorium Acoustic Panels

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"I was recently hired to help run the Eclipse Company Store, a historic building specializing in event services. The Store is a beautiful space with original 1902 wood ceilings, floors and walls. The sound quality with all that wood was echo-y and very distracting with both small and large groups. Though the space is begging for dances and live music, bands were telling us they wouldn't perform there due to the sound problems. We've installed only half of our 21 Audimute Acoustic Panels and the echoes have ceased and the sound quality has improved 100%. Not only that, but everyone who's seen the panels in the space has commented on how beautiful and professional and classy they look. We also love Audimute because it's an Ohio company making eco-friendly products. The Acoustic Panels have really deadened the sound in the room we've used them in. Now we can talk without hearing the echoes of our voices all over the space. The panels have done exactly what they said they would do. And we're excited to be able to start using our events space for live music and dancing."
"After a remodel of our church fellowship hall and removal of the carpet, we were in need of something to cut the sound reverberation. In researching online for ways to absorb sound, I came across the Audimute website. I was particularly interested in the Custom capabilities of your product. Staff members Mallory Linnert and Carol Donohue worked with me to provide exactly what I wanted, going above and beyond (in my opinion) to create my design. If the need arises in the future, I will definitely be ordering from you again!"
"Leaving space between panels is always assists in breaking up the sound waves, thus allowing more control of the sound. Additionally, the placement helps to capture sound within the stage area so that musicians can more clearly hear what they are putting out. This also allows the sound to travel out into the audience versus reverberating against the back wall."