KASUGA ENTERPRISES, Acoustic Consultant, Vasai Maharashtra India. Copyright @ 2017. Updated January 2017.

Cinema Theater | KASUGA ENTERPRISES Cinema Theater Consultant in Mumbai India

KASUGA ENTERPRISES Consultants in Mumbai India provides comprehensive cinema theater consultancy for cinema acoustics, cinema DOLBY / DTS sound, seating chairs arrangements, cinema screens, cinema projection and lighting design services.   

 

Our schemes are cost-effective yet always practical, and can be tailored to meet your future aspirations as well as your current needs. We are always happy to discuss your requirements and provide informal advice.   

 

Cinema theater require the highest levels of sound insulation because of multi-screen format in single floor level, the lowest levels of ambient noise, and a highly developed spatial acoustics for enhanced speech audibility or a quality music experience.   

 

These acoustically demanding spaces are often incorporated within challenging mixed screen use buildings to avoid the cross-talk between the theaters.   

 

Seeking the right balance between acoustics and other project requirements is particularly important for these critical projects. Achieving high quality acoustics may be costly, but necessary to the success of these developments. Understanding the project’s acoustic objectives often allows the acoustician to suggest removing costly elements of the design that don’t dramatically affect the listening experience.   

 

As independent consultants, we don’t represent any product manufacturers, suppliers, or other service providers. Accordingly, our clients are assured our recommendations are free from bias and focused only on the best solutions for the issues at hand. 

Typical approaches to the control of Cinema Theater are as follows:

  • Avoiding auditorium cross-talk: Auditoria are designed on a “box within a box” principle to minimize routes for sound transmission. 
  • The roof structure is isolated by an acoustic barrier and by physical separation of beams, purlins and roof sheets. A heavy roof structure used next to roof-mounted plant will help to minimize transmission of vibration. 
  • Party wall design is particularly complicated because of the range of potential adjoining uses. Corridors and ancillary spaces, for example, typically require a noise reduction level of NC35, compared with NC30 for the auditorium itself.   
  • A two-layer ceiling system is commonly specified, with a dense multilayer plasterboard and mineral-fiber construction being supplemented by a decorative acoustic tile. The principal acoustic barrier is typically suspended directly from the roof structure.