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What do you think about when you hear the word "acoustics?" Probably a concert hall where an artist is performing. Maybe the movie theater? How about a recording studio?
Well, you're right. Acoustics are part and parcel of all these places. However, there are other spaces where the acoustics are important, like your company's hybrid meeting spaces.
Poor acoustics can ruin a concert experience. Similarly, they could result in frustrating meetings where you can't hear your coworkers handing out important instructions on a Monday morning.
Acoustics refers to the quality of sound in a room. The better a room’s acoustics, the better the sound.
Sometimes in meeting rooms, the aesthetics are prioritized over the acoustics- but remember that the two aren’t mutually exclusive. A well-done meeting room makeover will include all the latest technology and superb acoustics without sacrificing the interior design of the room. It’s important to strike a balance while still ensuring that the meeting space fulfills its main function: ensure clear communication between the whole team, whether they’re in-person or remote.
The acoustics in your boardroom significantly impact how productive your meetings are. Poor acoustics can be a cumbersome barrier limiting the ability to listen and retain information.
In fact, research shows that 95% of office-goers and corporate executives experience audio-related problems at work. Poor acoustics can lead to lower levels of concentration and inefficiency at work. As the study says: “Bad audio is bad business.”
A hybrid work model necessitates a balanced harmony between face-to-face and online communication, so you might need to get inventive when looking for methods to keep everyone interested, engaged, and participating equally.
Hybrid meeting collaboration equity is of the utmost importance, as it allows everyone in the meeting — physically present or remote — to be equally involved. And hybrid meeting room acoustics are an essential part of it.
Fortunately, we’ve got you (and your meetings) covered.
Here are a few tips to improve the acoustics in your meeting space:
If you’re having trouble improving the acoustics in your meeting room, it may be helpful to consult a professional acoustic engineer.
We’ve worked with many satisfied clients across various industries to set up the ideal hybrid workspace according to your needs.
Contact us today to learn more about how we can take your meeting room acoustics to the next level!