Stereo panels are designed to be positioned in volumes.
They can be vertical, horizontal, suspended or installed, single or in clusters. They can be part of the architecture of all types of space to address sound reverberation overall or area by area.
Pioneered by Texaa, this technique of addressing acoustics in reverberating spaces with objects has gradually become an architectural standard.
Every panel is made with a rust-proof steel frame, absorbent wadding and a microporous cloth, wrapped in a removeable, machine-washable cover made of our Aeria sound-transparent fabric.
The steel frame, the manual application of the cover and Aeria’s capability to fit any shape tightly make it possible to tailor geometrical forms with precision to the requirements. Depending on use, the cover protects one or both sides of the panel.
Panels can be easily installed with magnets or suspended. The delivered product is light and simple to use. The panels are hung on cables, whose length is easily adjusted, or fixed with a system of magnets.
Stereo panels are modular and their cover can be removed, which prolongs their useful life. Covers can be replaced or the panels fitted with new fixing systems to be used in different arrangements.