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Overtone Acoustic Star Panel

Overtone Acoustic Star Panel

The Overtone Acoustic Star Panel is a state of the art modular acoustic panel system that creates a realistic night sky effect. The system includes a proprietary LED light source that can generate special effects such as, summer nights, ocean surf and, tropical rain - additional options include ambient cove lighting, rain shower, and shooting stars. The Overtone Acoustic Star Panel can also trigger sound effects that synchronizes with the pre-programmed thunder, lightning and rain effects via the built-in sound controls. The panels are pre-wired with end glow fiber optics and are ready for a direct ceiling mount or be installed into any existing ceiling grid system. KEY FEATURES • UL Fire-Rated Materials• Realistic Star Effect• Add-On Star Effects Available• Optional Halo Lighting w/ Sunset and Morning Sky Effect• Sound FX Option Available• Controlled Independently or via Home Automation RS232 Serial Command• Simple Installation System Included• Dimmable via RS232 Controller•
The Overtone Acoustic Star Panel is a state of the art modular acoustic panel system that creates a realistic night sky effect. The system includes a proprietary LED light source that can generate special effects such as, summer nights, ocean surf and, tropical rain - additional options include ambient cove lighting, rain shower, and shooting stars. The Overtone Acoustic Star Panel can also trigger sound effects that synchronizes with the pre-programmed thunder, lightning and rain effects via the built-in sound controls. The panels are pre-wired with end glow fiber optics and are ready for a direct ceiling mount or be installed into any existing ceiling grid system. KEY FEATURES • UL Fire-Rated Materials• Realistic Star Effect• Add-On Star Effects Available• Optional Halo Lighting w/ Sunset and Morning Sky Effect• Sound FX Option Available• Controlled Independently or via Home Automation RS232 Serial Command• Simple Installation System Included• Dimmable via RS232 Controller• Wifi Option For Control Flexibility Bring The Movies HomeWith Acoustical Control To isolate the sound in your theater from the rest of your home you will need to add soundproofing panels to the walls and ceiling. These panels will capture the sound frequencies and prevent them from bleeding into the other rooms in your home. To produce premium quality sound in your home theater you need to control the reverb in the room. Adding acoustic panels to the walls will capture and convert the echoes, helping to clean up the sound quality in the room. These sound panels can be placed on either your walls or ceiling surfaces. They’re designed to capture and convert the unwanted sound wave reflections. This will lower the blurred audio signals, and restore premium sound quality to your home theater. Sound-AbsorbingAcoustic Wall Panels The most popular of our acoustic sound panels for Home Theaters is Overtone Acoustic Panels. These are decorative sound absorbing panels designed to capture and convert unwelcome reverberations within your space and provide the professional sound quality you're looking for.Any unwanted noises can be captured by installing sound panels into your home theater room, either on the wall or on the ceiling. Acoustic panels greatly reduce echo and reverberation. They are essential for producing sound clarity during playback. Home Theater soundproofing with acoustic panels improves your experience by: Absorbing echoes and excess noise to provide sound clarity Preventing outside noise from blurring the original sound  Creating a real theater experience, from the comfort of your home Frequently Asked Questions: At Overtone Acoustics, customer satisfaction is our #1 priority. Our team is here to ensure that you get the most out of our products. These FAQs are designed to provide a better understanding of Overtone Acoustics, our products and our website.   I Need Help With My Home Theater, How Can I Contact You? We are proud to offer free, expert acoustic advice. Our professional design team has years of experience and are available to provide assistance not only with product selection but product placement within your room.Get Started Here: Free Acoustical Assessment   How Many Acoustic Panels Do I Need for my Home Theater? The best way to soundproof your home theater is to line the perimeter walls or ceiling surfaces with sound absorbing acoustic sound panels, ceiling clouds or acoustic baffles. These are designed to capture and convert unwanted noise from the space. You’ll want to be sure that you do not under treat the space, and a general rule of thumb is to cover 30-40% of the wall space.Enter your room dimensions and materials into our acoustic calculator below and get instant reverberation results and coverage options. What Kind Of Rooms Are Good For Home Theater Acoustics? When it comes to soundproofing and treating sound in a home theater, the size and shape will play key roles when determining acoustical design. Before getting started, it is important to consider the size and shape of your space. Rooms with low ceilings and parallel walls can produce standing sound waves, which will combine and distort sounds on recordings. Carpet will absorb high frequencies, but not lower frequencies, which in turn creates excess reverberation within the room which blurs sound signals. Acoustic Panels and other forms of soundproofing will play a key role in controlling the sound of your home theater and producing professional sound quality. Related Article: What To Expect To Hear After Installing Acoustic Panels   Do I Need Acoustic Panels or Soundproofing In My Home Theater? Most home theater buyers don’t think about acoustics until they’re actually watching a movie. Each theater will have its own issues to deal with, but there are a few factors that will help you determine which solution will best help you. If the issue is that you’re bothering other people in the house with the loud noises coming from the theater, you probably need soundproofing products to help isolate the noises in the room. If the issue is that the movies sound muffled or blurred, you will probably want to install acoustic panels to help absorb some of the echoes and reverberations within the room. Related Article: Best Acoustic Panel Placement For Your Space   What Is The Difference Between Acoustic Panels And Acoustic Foam? Acoustic foam may be a cheaper solution than Overtone Acoustic Panels, but if you're looking to experience premium sound quality, you'll want to do some research first. Related Article: The Difference Between Acoustic Panels and Bass Traps

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