Effective Broadband Acoustic Control If you have a home theater with too much
reverberation, our Coffered Ceiling may be exactly what you
need to help control the sound without turning down the volume.
Typical home theaters which benefit most have large areas
of glass windows, hard surface floors and sheetrock ceilings.
When sound builds up in your theater, multiple reflections
quickly fill the room with noise. This noise can cause a lack
of musical detail and poor dialog intelligibility. At ASC,
we specialize in mitigating noise issues such as this, and
have specified the Coffered Ceiling for countless dozens of
Every Coffered Ceiling we sell is shipped in kit form with
complete instructions and templates. In most cases, an entire
room can be installed in hours. There are numerous ways to
fasten it to a ceiling, typically using acoustic ceiling tile
adhesive. ASC custom designs each Coffered Ceiling project
so you won’t have to relocate lights, vents or utilities.
We can work with your designer to customize almost any aspect
of the Coffered Ceiling to include hidden wire runs, even
Coffered Ceiling is featured in the August '06 issue of Wall
and Ceiling Journal.
"Rooms suited to ASC's
Coffered Ceiling often have large areas of glass windows,
hard surface floors and sheetrock ceilings. Conference rooms,
restaurants or churches are examples where sound can build
up, making conversation difficult because of cross talk, a
term for horizontal sound reflections bouncing off the ceiling
and floor. What ASC did was add the absorptive qualities of
acoustic fiberglass to its product to quell noise without
“over-deadening” the sound."
Coffered Ceiling is featured in the March '07 issue of The
"If you are working
on a wall, you add sound panels to get room acoustics. If
you are working on a ceiling, you add sound grids. Acoustic
Sciences Corp of Eugene, Oregon is a pioneer in the design
and manufacturing of wide variety of architectural sound grids
for drywall ceilings."