Soundproofing & Acoustic Panels

Acoustic Ceiling TilesAlmost 75% of restaurant customers say that they will not eat in a restaurant that they consider to be too loud. Noise has an effect on our level of comfort; at home, when we’re eating, when we’re working, even when we’re sleeping. Noise level can make a room comfortable when it’s adequate or unbearable when it’s boisterous. Sound is one of our key sensory receptors and we are extremely cognizant to this type of stimulus.


The good news is that enclosed spaces can be soundproofed and extraneous noise can be eliminated through the use of sound absorbing materials. Jackson's Corner in Bend, Oregon contracted Audio Visual Bend to put in acoustic ceiling ​panels. Acoustic ceiling​ panels made it possible to reduce echos and noise without aesthetically compromising the feel of the restaurant.


At Audio Visual Bend, we can help you transform any noisy space into an area with high-quality acoustics. Whether you’re hoping to get rid of an echo in your living room, or reduce noise in your company’s conference room, we’ve got the perfect soundproofing solution. Call us today at 541.388.1732 or Send Us an Email to receive a free, custom quote for acoustic treatment. We're Central Oregon's go-to soundproofing company.

What You Need to Know About Soundproofing A Room

Acoustic PanelNoise is created by sound waves bouncing back and forth against hard surfaces. Rooms that require soundproofing need more mass in order to handle the amount of sound pressure, or amplitude, sound waves create in that space.

There are multiple types of soundproofing solutions, including acoustic panels, acoustic foam and isolation barriers. Each soundproofing technique will have a different effect on noise. It’s important to understand the principles of soundproofing so that you choose the correct technique for the type of noise reduction you are trying to achieve. Soundproofing processes include absorption and isolation.

Sound Absorption

Cotton Stack Acoustic PanelsMass and sound are directly related; the more dense an object is, the more sound it will absorb. Sound absorption methods include techniques that use materials to soak up sound waves. Materials that are used to absorb sound are softer and can be placed on the outside of walls or ceilings. Acoustic panels and acoustic foam are effective sound absorption methods.

Acoustic Panels and acoustic foam reduce noise in enclosed spaces. They accomplish this by decreasing echoes, reverberation time, and reflected sound. Acoustic panels and foam provide additional necessary mass in order to achieve echo elimination and reverberation.


You might hear acoustic panels referred to as soundproofing panels, acoustic wall panels, acoustic ceiling tiles, sound absorbing panels, acoustic tiles, sound panels or acoustic sound panels. Acoustic foam is also called soundproof foam and acoustic foam panels.

Do You Need Acoustic Panels?

Acoustic PanelsAreas that might benefit from sound absorption include gymnasiums, music studios, recording rooms, cinemas and theaters, living rooms with vaulted ceilings, classrooms, factories and warehouses, auto garages, mechanic shops, and hair salons. It’s even common to put acoustic panels in laundry rooms because of their noisy appliances.

Acoustic wall panels were placed in Summit High School's new computer lab. The computer lab was an acoustic nightmare; a square room with concrete floors. Echos in the computer were greatly reduced by the acoustic panels placed alongside the walls.

If a space in your residence or business is extremely noisy, your room might benefit from acoustic ceiling tiles. If you’re considering soundproofing an area, call us at 541.388.1732 or Email Us for a free acoustic treatment quote.

What Soundproofing Products Does Audio Visual Bend Offer?

  • Echo Eliminator Acoustic Panels

  • Acoustic Ceiling Tiles

  • Noise Control dbA Panels

  • Sound Absorbing Curtains

  • Duracoustics

  • Soundproof Drywall

Echo Eliminator Acoustic Panels

Echo Eliminator Acoustic Panels

Echo Eliminator Acoustic Panels are made out of bonded acoustical cotton (B.A.C.). This material is the most cost effective sound absorbing material on the market. Acoustic panels help decrease slap and echo; the two most common complaints that we deal with in the soundproofing business.

Acoustic panels are an effective noise reduction solution for bike shops, gymnasiums, school lunch rooms and factories. They can be installed as hanging baffles or placed on walls as acoustic wall panels. They are easy to install, impact resistant, and cost effective.

Is your bike shop suffering from echo overload? Call us today at 541.388.1732 or Email Us and set up an appointment for acoustic panel installation!

Acoustic Ceiling Tiles

Acoustic Ceiling Tiles

Sound Silencer Ceiling Tiles are made out of polypropylene acoustic bead foam. They're installed in ​ceilings that suffer from echo and sound reverberation and they can be placed inside or outside. They are lightweight, moisture resistant, and impact resistant.

The installation of ceiling tiles is a more extensive process than acoustic panels, however, the end result is beneficial for reducing resonance and noise reverberationSoundproof ceiling tiles come in multiple color options sizes.

At Audio Visual Bend, we will take care of the complete design and installation of acoustic ceiling tiles. Call us today at 541.388.1732 or Email Us and set up an appointment for acoustic ​ceiling tile installation!

Diffuser Blocking Absorber Sound Panels

Noise Control Panel

Diffuser Blocking Absorber (dBA) panels are revolutionary acoustic panels that effect sound ​using three different techniques: by blocking sound, absorbing sound, and diffusing sound. They can be placed on walls or ceilings for noise reduction. dBA panels are 2 by 2 feet wide and they're available in two levels of thickness; 1 inch or 2 inch.

dBA panels are lightweight and easy to install.They are water resistant, moisture resistant, bacteria resistant, fungus resistant, and impact resistant. dBA panels come in standard white and charcoal colors, but they can be painted to accommodate a variety of different color options.

If you're interested in installing dBA panels in your residence or business, call us today at 541.388.1732 or Email Us for a free sound panel estimate.


Sound Absorbing Curtains

Acoustic Curtain

Sound absorbing curtains are a good acoustic treatment solution in place of regular decorative curtains. Sound absorbing drapery is made with material that absorbs sound by using wool as the core material, pressed in between decorative fabric and a blackout liner.

A local web development and marketing firm in Bend, Oregon called Smart Solutions, contracted Audio Visual Bend to install sound absorbing curtains in one of their conference rooms to alleviate acoustic reflection from glass windows. Acoustic curtains were extremely effective in eliminating resonance and noise reverberation in their conference room.

Sound absorbing curtains can be customized for sizes, colors and styles. Call us at 541.388.1732 or Email Audio Visual Bend for a free estimate on customized sound absorbing drapes.






Duracoustics S.T.O.P.

Sound Block

Duracoustics S.T.O.P. reduces floor noise and impact sound.​ It's made almost entirely out of recycled rubber and it is able to be recycled after use. This form of noise reduction is placed underneath floors or in ceilings; it's 5/16 inch thick and it comes in rolls.

Duracoustics S.T.O.P. is a cost effective solution for noise reduction. It's suggested for high traffic areas and used for residential and corporate facilities, including apartments, condos, schools, offices and hospitals. It's resistant to mold, mildew and fungus. 

At Audio Visual Bend, we will take care of the complete design​, order and installation for Duracoustics. Call us today at 541.388.1732 or Send Us an Email for a free estimate on floor or ceiling sound insulation.


Soundbreak XP Gypsum Board

Soundproof Drywall

Soundbreak XP Gypsum Board uses a soundproofing technique called sound isolation. Sound isolation is the practice of blocking sound or stopping sound from entering or exiting a space. Soundbreak XP Gypsum Board can be placed in between walls or in ceilings.

Sound isolation is commonly administered to residences or commercial properties that are older and weren’t built with proper sound insulation between walls or ceilings. Isolation can improve sound by up to 20 STC (sound transmission class) points within a room.

Soundbreak XP Gypsum Board is resistant to mold, mildew and moisture. If you're interested in enhancing acoustics in your residence or business, call Audio Visual Bend at 541.388.1732 or Send Us an Email to receive a free, custom quote for sound isolation.

What Soundproofing Services Does Audio Visual Bend Provide?

  • Room Measurement
  • Soundproofing Panel Design

  • Acoustic Wall Panel Layout

  • Installation

Soundproofing a room is an extensive process. First you must decide what type of sound absorbing material you’d like to use. If you use acoustic panels or acoustic foam, you must decide whether you want the materials to be placed on the wall or the ceiling. A professional soundproofing company can help you maximize sound absorption by suggesting the type and placement of sound absorbing panels within respective areas.


When you use our company to soundproof an area in your house or commercial building, we’ll provide full service that includes all components necessary to soundproof a room. You won’t have to worry about a thing. We’ll measure the space that needs acoustic panels, we’ll help you choose the type of sound absorption material that you want to use, we’ll order it, install it, and evaluate the finished product. You can be assured you’ll be satisfied with the soundproofing services that we provide.


Use Audio Visual Bend for all of your soundproofing needs. We provide service that’s unbeatable at competitive prices. Call us at 541.388.1732 or Send Us an Email to receive a free, custom quote for sound absorbing panels.


Recommendations for Audio Visual Bend

"Tony takes the time to understand the scope of a project. He uses his product knowledge to integrate an equipment package that will fit the end users need. The final design will provide a system that is easy to use but upgradable in the future."

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"As an Independent Manufacturer Rep in the Pacific NW Territory, I have worked with Tony for many years. Tony has always provided a fair and dedicated effort in accommodating his customers best needs, as he excelled in expanding his expertise and knowledge within the Pro AV industry. Tony is an honest and hardworking individual that has built a solid and highly successful PRO AV company, from the ground up. Tony is a veteran in the PRO AV industry, and known well for his professional, straight forward approach to providing the best and most economical solutions for his ever growing customer base."

- ​Steve Long, Pro AV Representative at Steve Long & Associates, LLC