A specific acoustical environment is a must for speech intelligibility. The best equipment will never perform beyond the acoustical limitations of the room itself. City Soundproofing acoustical services is dedicated to providing the information, design and materials needed to assure the required acoustical criteria is met for your application.

City Soundproofing is dedicated to providing the information, design and materials needed to assure the required acoustical criteria are met for your application.

Video Conferencing
Video conferencing is a growing industry of communicating between businesses. Audio-visual meetings with other offices and key personnel are providing companies with the instant access for personal interaction that otherwise would require time and travel.

Distance Learning
Distance Learning has increased over the last few years as an incredibly useful educational tool. Corporate training, academic classes and lectures can now be electronically distributed allowing access from remote locations to anywhere in the world.

Webcasting
Webcasting is broadcasting over the Internet. This communications tool has improved greatly over the last few years with the increase in broadband, DSL, and T-1 connections. These faster connections allow individuals, businesses, learning institutions, and government to use the Internet for streaming audio and video.

Home Theater
Consumers are now spending more time and money creating "Theaters" in the home. With the advent of sophisticated television monitors and surround sound audio, VCR and DVD players, as well as digital cable, creating the proper acoustical setting at the "listening position" is an important part of the process in addition to the acoustical environment for the Home Theater in general. The best equipment will never perform beyond the acoustical limitations of the room itself.

Broadcast Studios
Broadcast studios for radio and television require a specific acoustical environment for speech intelligibility and limited interference from outside noise. The best equipment will never perform beyond the acoustical limitations of the room itself.

Recording Studios
Recording studios have always been the most sensitive to noise criteria because creating the proper acoustical setting at the "listening position" in the control room is an important part of the process in addition to the acoustical environment for the studio in general. Proper recording requires a setting that will not influence the sounds being recorded and a critical reference to how things sound on recording mediums when they are played back in the control room. The best equipment will never perform beyond the acoustical limitations of the room itself.

Residential
STOP HEARING YOUR NOISY NEIGHBORS!!!
Acoustical needs in residential applications vary from eliminating street and neighbor noise to shaping an acoustical environment in the home theater. There are many noise problems that can be addressed while designing your home or remedied in applications for existing residences. Noise levels for sources such as hallways, footfall, TV, stereos, elevators, heating pipes, air conditioners, washing machines, dryers, and traffic can be reduced with a variety of noise control solutions. Noise transmission from room to room is also an area of noise control that deserves consideration when occupants want to reduce outside noise in specific rooms such as bedrooms, living rooms, bathrooms, and home theaters.