A reverberation room, also referred to as a reverberating chamber or echo chamber, is the opposite of an anechoic chamber. The room's surfaces do not absorb sound but reflects it instead. Reverberant rooms are typically used to perform tests such as
With a reverberating chamber, you get a flexible acoustic test environment with a sound field in which sound energy flows equally in all directions. A reverberating chamber must be isolated from all external noise sources – and the temperature, pressure and humidity must also be under control.
Our solutions have been tested, and we have more than 60 years of experience in the design and construction of reverberant rooms.
As a rule, IAC Acoustics A/S' reverberant rooms are built in the IAC Hardliner™ panel construction, and comes readily connected to existing ventilation via our ventilation attenuators, complete with certification and commissioning test, light installations and power outlets.
If you need to build a reverberating chamber, you should contact one of our experts. There are many parameters to be assessed and considered in the process, and we will guide you towards making the right choices. Among other things must be addressed:
Our reverberation rooms can have different equipment fitted