Computerized analysis: We are using the latest technologies of room EQ, acoustical tests, and internal environment audio calibration in the world. Most of our engineers use our custom built 360 degree 0.6dB-129dB sound reproducers and noise reproducers and all engineers are AVIXA CTS-certified. We use state of the art software and equipment from Dayton Audio USA, Audix USA, Acoustic solutions Belgium
AVE uses the latest acoustics testing and analysis technologies, giving the client a most complete picture of the room’s state. After a complete measurement and performance of tests, we can recommend how to obtain the best results by choosing appropriate acoustic treatment and noise reduction material.
Huddle rooms. VTC Rooms. Meeting rooms. High traffic areas. Recreation areas. Private offices and isolated spaces. Local broadcast studios and other production facilities. Presentation and concert/Auditoriums. Event and lecture halls.
High traffic areas. Recreation areas. Meeting rooms. Lunch rooms. Presentation and concert/event halls. Learning centers and laboratories. Professional - dedicated to high level sound or noise rooms.
Lobby and other high traffic areas. Recreation areas.
High traffic reception areas. Medical machinery room. Surgery and procedure rooms.
Active zones treatment (bar, serving place, dance place,). Resting or “quiet” dining zones.
Learning / reading zone. Recreation or brake zones.
Production and post production facilities.
Marine shipbuilding or other special places.
→ Noise Rating (NR curves). The spectra of the noise rating curves in the octave-band sound pressure level is highest at the lowest frequencies and decreases progressively with increasing frequency; less annoyance is caused by low frequency noise than by a higher frequency noise at the same sound pressure level.
→ Acceptable measured difference between environmental noise level 32dB.
→ STC (Sound Transmission Loss). Sound Transmission Loss represents a partition’s resistance to airborne sound especially at the speech frequencies (125-4000 Hz). The higher the STC number, the more airborne sound the partition blocks.
→ Reverberation Time, T. The reverberation time, T (expressed in seconds) is the duration required for the space-averaged sound energy density in an enclosure to decrease by 60 dB after the source emission has stopped.
→ STI (Speech Transmission Index). A value between 0 and 1 . Higher STI means better quality of speech transmission.
ISO 140-4 Acoustics – Measurement of sound insulation in buildings and of building elements – Part 4: Field measurements of airborne sound insulation between rooms
ISO 140-5 Acoustics – Measurement of sound insulation in buildings and of building elements – Part 5: Field measurements of airborne sound insulation of façade elements and façades
ISO 140-7 Acoustics – Measurement of sound insulation in buildings and of building elements – Part 7: Field measurements of impact sound insulation of floors
ISO 717-1 Acoustics – Rating of sound insulation in buildings and of building elements – Part 1: Airborne sound insulation
ISO 717-2 Acoustics – Rating of sound insulation in buildings and of building elements – Part 2: Impact sound insulation
ISO 3382-1 Acoustics – Measurement of room acoustic parameters – Part 1: Performance spaces
ISO 3382-2 Acoustics – Measurement of room acoustic parameters – Part 2: Reverberation time in ordinary rooms