Sound-absorbing curtains are made of two lengths of reverberation-reducing wadding covered with Aeria. They block out light when hung in front of a window and soften brightness and sound experienced in a hall or meeting room. Hung inside a space, they create quiet areas, which are good for listening, for example in media libraries or in story-telling rooms.
Soundproofing curtains have an additional six-layer sound-damping core. When used to partition rooms or curtain off an area they contribute to lowering sound transmission from one room to another. And as well as damping sound, they also absorb it.