GeerFab Acoustics chosen by the NAMM Show

Sound-buffering aisle signs

New this year, NAMM will be pioneering sound-buffering aisle signs and panels located throughout the show floor at the ACC and ACC North. Manufactured by the sound absorption specialists at GeerFab Acoustics, the design of the aisle signs features a two-inch thick fiberglass substrate wrapped in an acoustically transparent fabric that is custom printed with NAMM aisle sign graphics – two discrete graphics per sign. These custom-made signs are designed to help reduce sound levels across The NAMM Campus and are similar to the models used in the Anaheim Hilton's Pacific Ballroom, home of the Annual TEC Awards and other premier events, since 2014. In addition, thirty 48" x 96" MultiZorbers are being installed in each of the two Live Sound Demo Rooms.

NAMM exhibitors are able to use GeerFab’s MultiZorber panels for their own booth signs or in the construction of their exhibit to contribute to the absorption of sound in the exhibit hall. Custom graphics and sound-blocking materials can be incorporated with sufficient lead time.

To learn more about these products, please visit GeerFab.com.

NOTE: the signs are based on the MultiZorber II

From the NAMM Website