CHASKA, MN, JANUARY 10, 2018 – Acoustic Geometry announces the launch of StarField Ceiling Tiles, an acoustical ceiling panel with a realistic star-field effect for home theatres, media rooms, studios, retail spaces and commercial businesses. Providing an impressive “starry night” look, along with acoustical functionality and simple installation, the new tiles improve both sonic and visual quality in nearly any environment.
Designed as an affordable alternative to the company’s fully-customized and professionally-installed StarField Ceiling Panels, the new tile format was created to allow anyone to install the beauty of the night sky in any room with a drop-in ceiling grid. Additionally, the tiles improve the quality of sound in the space by reducing reverberation and absorbing ambient noise. StarField Ceiling Tiles are available in small (2’x2′) and large (2’x4′) sizes for standard 15/16″ black ceiling grids.
“StarField Ceiling Tiles bring a ‘wow’ factor to both residential and professional settings,” says John Calder, retail director, Acoustic Geometry. “From home theaters and media rooms to studios, restaurants and bars, this product is super-easy to order and install. Acoustic Geometry is pleased to offer customers a unique product that is visually delightful, improves room sound and is surprisingly affordable.”
Installations of custom sized and shaped panels are available upon request. In addition to the stock StarField Ceiling Tiles, Acoustic Geometry offers several optional add-ons including a shooting star, and a moon or planet insert for an even more dramatic night sky look. All designs simulate “twinkling” dim, medium and bright stars for a natural “starry sky” appearance.
About Acoustic Geometry
Acoustic Geometry offers innovative, effective, and affordable acoustic and noise-control products for a wide range of professional audio, residential, and business applications. Acoustic Geometry’s best-in-class products will improve the sound of any room. To simplify the creation of natural-sounding acoustic spaces, please visit www.acousticgeometry.com. Videos are available on the Acoustic Geometry YouTube Channel (www.youtube.com/AcousticGeometry).