soundproof panel fabrics
S-3000 at NY State Police Academy
acoustic reflective wall panel
S-3000 Acoustical Wall Panel
soundproof panel fabrics
S-3000 at NY State Police Academy
soundproof panel fabrics
Acoustical Wall Panel Fabrics

Sound Quality®
S-3000 Reflective Wall Panel

S-3000 Reflective Panels are used in applications where sound reflection is necessary to enhance the rooms’ acoustics. These flat reflector panels are commonly installed in areas such as: auditoriums, concert halls and churches.

S-3000 panels are frequently used in conjunction with our S-2000 absorber panels. By combining both the S-3000 and S-2000 panels you reflect and absorb excessive sound, resulting in the improvement of sound quality and speech understanding.

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  • White Expanded PVC Core
  • Available standard in 12mm and 19mm thicknesses
  • Custom thicknesses available
  • Maximum size of 4'x10'

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Guilford of Maine FR701 Style 2100 is the industry standard. Hundreds of approved decorative fabrics are also available from numerous manufacturers including, but not limited to: Guilford of Maine, Maharam, Design Tex and Knoll. Customers may also specify their own fabric, provided the material meets manufacturing requirements.

Select a fabric & order samples from one of our manufacturers:

Guilford of Maine
Knoll Textiles
Luna Textiles
Carnegie Fabrics


  • Auditoriums
  • Concert Halls
  • Churches
  • Band / Choir Rooms

Fire Rating

All components shall have a Class A fire rating per ASTM E-84.

Case Study: New York State Police Academy

The New York State Police Academy was originally constructed in 1967 with minimal concern around acoustic performance. The primary goal of this renovation was to use the full knowledge of acoustical design, materials and technology to create a space that users could enjoy for many years into the future.

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