Our home cinemas are constructed so that the whole cinema has a highly linear reverberation time of 0.3-0.35 seconds which always remains linear no matter how many people are in the room.

At the planning phase we attempt to create a cinema which can be used as a high quality home cinema.
In the rear of the room there are usually deep bass absorbers, which are also often used as entrance doors to the cinema. Due to them a small acoustic buffer zone can be created between the cinema and the rest of the house.
The equipment (Projector, DVD Player,...) is usually built into an acoustic bowl which arises from the space between the voluminous deep base absorbers (Helmholz resonators).

The projector, depending on the customers wishes, can for example be positioned behind a sheet of Amiran glass (special anti-reflective glass for cinemas). For ease of maintenance this is usually inserted into a sliding or revolving door. The complete element can then be opened to carry out maintenance work.

Underneath the projector any other AV devices can also be set up behind a sliding door.
The elements are often upholstered, but always designed to be highly efficient acoustic aids due to the fact that behind the visible surfaces there are highly absorbent acoustic elements.
This finishing also applies for the whole surface of the side walls in the room.

The front panels of our cinemas are often constructed of a large surface made of black loudspeaker fabric. Behind this wall of fabric all the speakers are lined up. Left, right, centre and 2 sub-woofers.
These fabric panels are designed so that they can be taken down at any time to allow for maintenance work to be carried out on the loudspeakers or any of the other technical devices.
In addition to the screen there are usually electrically propelled curtains or rolling shutters which conceal the screen when it is not in use, and which provide a format of 4:3.

The ceiling consists in the centre of acoustically highly effective board absorbers which are effective in the frequency range of between approx. 250 Hz and approx. 100 Hz. The surface of these elements is closed and they can be varnished. Due to the closed surface the elements are reflective in the mid-frequency range, which is responsible above all in the human ear for sound orientation, and therefore support the cinema feeling within the room.
Surrounding these central fields there are open pore absorber elements which are effective in the mid-frequencies. These are to be coloured/painted by your painter or, if you so desire, they can be covered with upholstered acoustic elements.

The bottom part of the cinema usually consists of a stable wooden podium with inner content especially matched to the acoustic requirements of the room. We recommend wooden parquet for the floor.
On the front surfaces of the podium lighting can be added in when required.