Credit: William Psolka



This theater is heavy on the horsepower for producing sound waves, while cleverly designed acoustical treatments like a giant wooden wave create a decor of their own.
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Acoustical Wave
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The scoop below the screen helps tie the room together visually—and serves as a giant trap to absorb excess bass. Hidden behind it are the system’s two subwoofers, which straddle the centerline of the 132-inch-wide Stewart Filmscreen screen. More traditional acoustical treatments are hidden behind the theater’s fabric walls. They include broadband absorption panels in areas prone to first reflections and combination panels to offer a mix of high-frequency diffusion and mid- and low-frequency absorption.

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