Conferencing: Yamaha Acoustic Conditioning Panels to be Introduced at InfoComm Week
Fontel, a provider of communications solutions and conferencing services, has recently unveiled a new product within its Yamaha product line. Yamaha Acoustic Conditioning Panels are Fontel’s new Yamaha product that will offer a simple set up and ear pleasing sound at an attractive ear piece. Fontel will introduce its new Acoustic Conditioning Panels at Infocomm 2012 June 9-15 in Las Vegas.
Infocomm is designed for professionals in the audiovisual, information communications and systems integration industries. It showcases the latest technologies for audio, video, display, projection, lighting and staging, digital signage, conferencing, digital content creation, networking, signal distribution and more. The show also offers over 300 educational seminars, workshops and labs taught by world-renowned experts with a focus on technology, trends and best practices in the industry.
The Acoustic Condition Panels offer an affordable, seamless setup solution that can improve acoustic conditions of a room with high-quality sound, according to company officials. The panels measure just three centimeters deep and provide a balance of acoustic absorption and acoustic scattering, resulting in clear sound. The panels are ideal for a meeting room that has poor acoustics such as an echoic room with glass or bare concrete wall rooms.
Easy to install in small spaces, Acoustic Conditioning Panels do not require professional knowledge or expertise with room acoustics for set up. The panels maintain sound brightness and enhance sound clearness and balance from low to high frequencies, which is enabled by the panel’s unique acoustic absorption and acoustic scattering properties.
Attendees at Infocomm 2012 are invited to experience demonstrations at the Yamaha Sound Network Division exhibit to get full appreciation of how these panels can enhance sound quality.
Visit the booth N2513 in Conferencing Pavillion to find out more about Fontel’s Yamaha products! To register for Infocomm 2012 to check out the Acoustic Conditioning Panels yourself, click here.
Edited by Carrie Schmelkin