[Feature] The (literally) deafening restaurant blare grows louder and louder as people increase their volume to make themselves heard over the continually amplifying clamor. It’s a classic lose/lose situation. However, this problem can be easily and cost-effectively controlled, by applying appropriate acoustical treatments to walls and ceilings. Imagine people talking to their hearts content at dinner without having to outshout each other over their pasta. That’s a pretty appetizing culinary concept.
JAES Volume 62 Issue 5 pp. 362-363; May 2014
Publication Date: June 2, 2014
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