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Motorized variable acoustics banner
When this motorized variable acoustics banner is deployed in an otherwise reverberant room, the acoustical character of the space changes. The banner consists of two parallel fabric panels made of individual horizontal segments held together by stackers. The stackers separate the panels at a constant dimension over the full height and width of the banner. Inner chambers are 3" or 6" wide formed by stackers and 6", 11" or 15" formed by fabric segments. The panels are made of either 26oz DRF wool serge or 25oz IFR Velour.
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