1/19/2012 [Music Education]Acoustic Conditioning Panels Offer Simple Set Up and Ear Pleasing Sound at an Attractive Price
ANAHEIM, Calif.—With the introduction of the ACP Acoustic Conditioning Panels at Winter NAMM 2012, Yamaha offers a thin, low-cost, easy-to-set-up solution that can transform even a small space into a dedicated music room with high-quality, ear-pleasing sound.
Measuring only three centimeters deep, the ACP Acoustic Conditioning Panels provide an optimal balance of acoustic absorption and acoustic scattering, resulting in a sound that resonates clearly and pleasantly. The panels are ideally suited for schools and houses of worship that suffer from poor sound quality due to impaired acoustics in a small or unusually configured room, such as music practice rooms, home studios and consumers audio rooms.
"The Acoustic Conditioning Panels offer an elegant, inexpensive and convenient way to dramatically improve the sound quality of institutional or home music practice spaces," says Roger Eaton, Director of Marketing, Yamaha Band & Orchestral Division. "We envision this versatile product enjoying great popularity with a range of schools and houses of worship, as well as professional and amateur musicians and audiophiles."
Easy to install in small spaces, professional knowledge or expertise with room acoustics is not required for set up. Maintaining sound brightness, the Acoustic Conditioning Panels enhance sound clearness and balance from low to high frequencies, 80-4KHz. This process is enabled by the panel's unique acoustic absorption and acoustic scattering properties.
Attendees at Winter NAMM 2012 are invited to experience demonstrations at the Yamaha Band & Orchestral Division exhibit to most fully appreciate how these panels can enhance sound quality. Visit the booth for details.
Yamaha's Acoustic Conditioning Panels are slated for shipping in May 2012.
For more information about the Yamaha ACP Acoustic Conditioning Panels, visit Yamaha Corporation of America, Band & Orchestral Division at Winter NAMM 2012, at The Anaheim Marriott Marquis Ballroom; write Yamaha Corporation of America, P.O. Box 6600, Buena Park, CA 90622; telephone (714) 522-9011; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.yamaha.com/press.