Acoustic fabrics are an excellent solution for reducing noise in your home or office. They not only enhance the quality of sound within a room but also contribute to a more peaceful and productive environment. Finding the right acoustic fabric can be a challenge, which is why ArchiPro offers only the top-tier acoustic fabric options. These fabrics are a crucial component of our broader range of acoustic products, ensuring you find the perfect match for your soundproofing needs on ArchiPro.
These are used in spaces where sound needs to pass through the fabric, such as over speakers or in home theatres.
Typically made from dense materials, these fabrics absorb sound waves to reduce echo and reverberation in a room.
Heavier and denser than other acoustic fabrics, these are used to block sound from entering or leaving a space, ideal for soundproofing.
Known for their luxurious look, these fabrics also provide sound absorption qualities, often used in theatres and high-end audio environments.
Made from heavy-duty fabrics, these curtains are designed to reduce noise and can be used in both residential and commercial spaces.
Specially treated to resist fire, these fabrics are a safe choice for public spaces like cinemas and auditoriums.
Acoustic fabrics effectively absorb and manage sound, reducing echo and reverberation, which results in improved sound clarity and acoustics. This makes them suitable for theatres, recording studios, and offices. They come in various designs, enabling easy integration with different interior styles. These fabrics also dampen sound transmission between rooms, enhancing privacy, and contribute to a quieter environment, which can reduce noise-induced stress and distraction, thereby improving overall comfort and wellbeing.
To select acoustic fabrics, assess the sound absorption requirements of your space and check the fabric's Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC) rating. Choose a fabric that is durable and appropriate for the intended use, such as fire-retardant properties for public spaces. Match the colour and texture with your interior design. Also, consider the maintenance needs of the fabric to ensure it fits your upkeep capabilities. Consulting acoustic professionals can help in making an informed choice tailored to your specific needs.