To really ensure that sound is absorbed in a meeting room, the walls and ceilings are the main surfaces to address. (The floor typically is not something that can be fixed as easily, aside from installing carpet or laying down a large, soft rug.) Acoustic wall panels are typically the quickest fix. How sound walls work Both types of sound walls (absorptive and reflective) help to force sound waves take a longer path (over and around the barriers) thereby reducing the amount of sound reaching the receiver; this is called diffraction. Diffraction occurs when sound waves pass an edge, such as wall edges and at the apex of the wall.
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