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A Home Theater Acoustic Treatment Layout in North Carolina

Client Profile Mr. Gilman is a home theater enthusiast from North Carolina. Project Overview The project scope involved a complete overhaul of Mr. Gilman’s previous home theater including: Revising the layout Raising the ceiling Building new soffits to hide ductwork Building a new riser New equipment, including an acoustically transparent screen, ‘proper’ home theater speakers […]

An Enthusiast’s First Dedicated Home Theater Room

Customer Profile Mr. Ang, of Dublin, CA is a thirty-something home theater enthusiast. He was moving into a new home and now had the space to make one of his dreams come true – a dedicated home theater. Project Overview The client came across Acoustic Frontiers from our listing as a Home Acoustics Alliance certified Level […]

Acoustic Treatment Design for a High End Audio Retail Store

Customer Profile The client was Music Lovers, a high-end audio store with two locations in San Francisco and Berkeley, CA. We worked with the manager of the SF store. Project Overview Acoustic Frontiers were asked by Music Lovers to assist with their main stereo listening room in the San Francisco store. The room is stoutly […]

Integrating Dual Subwoofers with Single Driver Horn Loaded Speakers

Customer Profile Cesar Rubio is a San Francisco Architectural photographer and keen audiophile. His tastes in components lean towards vinyl, valves and single driver or horn speakers. His high end audio system is installed in his living room which he also uses for entertaining. Project Overview This particular engagement involved integrating two JL Audio F112 […]

Helping Venhaus Audio Improve His Room Acoustics

Customer Profile The client, Chris Venhaus, is owner and operator of VH Audio. He has quite a bit of experience with acoustic measurements and had made an effort to acoustically treat his room. However he wanted to get an expert “second opinion” on his acoustic measurements and what further opportunities for improvement there might be. […]