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PHOTO PRINTS ON acoustic felt

Acoustic paintings are known as art with a function. The matte appearance of the felt has a rustic look and is perfect for quiet styles and interiors with many natural elements. In addition to adding a beautiful visual element to your space, acoustic felt contributes to creating a more pleasant acoustic environment and helps reduce reverberation in the interior. As a wall decoration or painting, it is also a very unique and personal addition to your interior.

how does an acoustic painting work?

Thanks to a special internal felt, these paintings have sound-absorbing properties of up to 90%, ensuring better acoustic comfort in the room. Tiny invisible holes help absorb the sound in the felt. What format do you hear a difference in? This varies per room. As a rule of thumb, we use sound-absorbing materials for 20 – 30% of the floor space for a clearly audible difference.

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