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MSR Acoustics Launches Living Sound Acoustical Art Panels

SR Acoustics introduces a new series of artwork from its Living Sound™ line of sound-control art panels. The new series features paintings by celebrated artist Merryl Jaye, with stunning portraits of music legends Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Diana Krall, and John Coltrane. Living Sound panels are designed to enhance the acoustical character of living and media spaces by controlling the sound reflections and echoes. The panels are used to improve overall sound performance, and to quiet noisy spaces  in variety residential, pro, and commercial spaces.


Using a proprietary printing process that ensures color fidelity, longevity, and acoustical quality, Living Sound panels offer the highest performance and aesthetic value. The core of these panels is a scientifically-designed and rigorously-tested set of materials that provide absorption and diffusion, the two most important treatment elements for effective room acoustics. While there are many imitations on the market, no other sound panels deliver in the same way; our unique manufacturing process ensures optimum results, functionally and aesthetically. 
Merryl Jaye (l) with Anthony Grimani (r) at T.H.E. Show

In addition to the new Merryl Jaye series, the Living Sound line includes more than 100 image options. We can also custom print personal photos or images for a truly unique application. 

For more information on this innovative product line, please visit our website.

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