AMF line wall absorbers
Acoustic elements on the wall improve the acoustic environment
To achieve the highest possible acoustic quality in rooms. It can be highly advantageous to have sound absorption on the wall as well as the floor and ceiling. Rooms that are well designed in terms of acoustics can enable easier communication, better privacy and offer an enhanced feeling of peace.
A suspended ceiling contributes greatly to the room acoustics. In some cases, the ceiling area is insufficient to create optimum room acoustics. There are also situations where an acoustic ceiling is not possible due to technical, architectural or conservation reasons. Typical examples are historic buildings with stucco and frescoes, rooms with visible ceiling elements such as wood or buildings utilising exposed concrete as thermal mass.
Wall absorbers can be highly advantageous in many situations to significantly improve the acoustic performance of a room.