acoustic treatment meaning
- [Building construction]
The use of sound-absorbing materials to give a room a desired degree of freedom from echo and reverberation.
Application of sound-absorbing materials to the interior of an enclosure or room to control reverberation.
- Acoustic treatment in the intake and exhaust ducting minimizes turbomachinery noise.
- Typical use for residential includes acoustic treatment for home theaters.
- That was enough to propel Allman to write an acoustic treatment within four days.
- Noise testing has confirmed that this permanent acoustic treatment has fixed the tonality issue.
- Acoustic treatment was added and in some cases, asbestos was sprayed in the buildings.