Conference Booths & Conference Sound Isolation Enclosures
A KUBE sound isolation enclosure makes the perfect conference room for events such as business conferences and meetings. Our conference isolation enclosures have been installed in large corporate offices where a separate area is required for meetings.
One of the most common difficulties in a modern, open plan office is finding a private space or trying to book out any main meeting rooms for your conference or meeting.
Our booths can be installed quickly and with minimum disruption in any office area, creating an additional, sound reductive space that can used for general meetings, video conferences, in person conferences and much more.
Each booth can also be manufactured to suit your layout requirements, along with colour preferences and optional extras.
Typically, our customers fit their conference booths out, with a table, chairs, overhead projectors and a sound systems.
KUBE conference rooms are supplied complete with internal lighting and an air flow ventilation system which eliminates heat build-up and regularly exchanges the internal air content during use.
You can use our conference sound isolation enclosures for presentations, interviews, client pitches or training for your company. Our meeting rooms and booths enable you to have everything you need for your conference meetings.
Below are just some examples of how a sound booth is advantageous for conferences:
Noise reduction: Conferences often take place in busy environments where there may be background noise from other attendees, nearby activities, or external sources. Isolation sound booths are designed to minimize or eliminate external noise, creating a quieter and more focused environment for participants. This allows attendees to better hear and understand the speakers or presenters.
Speech clarity: Isolation sound booths help improve speech clarity by reducing echoes and reverberations. They provide a controlled acoustic environment, ensuring that the sound travels directly from the speaker to the listeners without interference or distortion. This can greatly enhance the overall communication experience during conferences.
Privacy and confidentiality: In some conference settings, sensitive or confidential information may be discussed. Isolation sound booths provide an enclosed space where conversations can be held with a higher level of privacy. This can be particularly important for discussions involving trade secrets, proprietary information, or confidential matters.
Audio and recording quality: Isolation sound booths help maintain high-quality audio recordings of conference sessions. By minimizing background noise and reverberations, the recorded content becomes more intelligible and professional. This is especially crucial when conferences are being recorded for later distribution, online streaming, or archiving purposes.
Individual focus: Conferences often involve multiple sessions or workshops happening simultaneously. Isolation sound booths provide a dedicated space for individuals who want to focus on a particular session without distractions. Participants can use the booths to listen to live presentations or watch streamed content while being isolated from the surrounding noise and activities.
Overall, isolation sound booths contribute to a more controlled and immersive conference experience by reducing noise, enhancing speech clarity, ensuring privacy, improving audio quality, and facilitating individual focus. They create an environment conducive to effective communication, learning, and engagement for conference attendees.
How to design a sound booth for conferences:
Designing a sound booth for conferences involves several key considerations to ensure optimal functionality and acoustic performance. Here are the steps to design a sound booth for conferences:
Determine the booth's purpose and size: Begin by defining the intended use of the sound booth. Consider the number of participants it needs to accommodate, whether it's for individual use or group discussions, and any specific requirements, such as multimedia integration or equipment storage. Based on these factors, determine the appropriate size of the booth to provide sufficient space and comfort for its intended use. Our office range ‘Meeting Rooms’ can be built up to 2.4m x 2.4m and can be enclosed or finished with a full glass front, where out isolation booths can be fully customised to suit your layout and be built up to 4.2m x 4.2m as standard.
Select a suitable location: Choose a location within the conference venue that is conducive to the installation of a sound booth. Ideally, it should be away from high-traffic areas, potential sources of noise, and external disturbances. Additionally, consider the accessibility of the booth for participants and ensure it is easily identifiable within the conference space.
Acoustic treatment: One of the most critical aspects of designing a sound booth is ensuring proper acoustic treatment. The booth should be constructed with materials that absorb and diffuse sound to minimize reflections and external noise. Acoustic panels, made of materials like foam, fabric, or specialized sound-absorbing materials, can be installed on the walls, ceiling, and even floor of the booth. These panels help reduce reverberation and echo, resulting in clearer and more intelligible speech.
Soundproofing: To isolate the booth from external noise, soundproofing measures should be implemented. The booth's walls, ceiling, and door have soundproofing properties to prevent sound leakage. Our multi-layered designs help reduce sound transmission, both internally and externally. Ventilation and airflow: Since sound booths can be small, enclosed spaces, it's crucial to ensure proper ventilation and airflow to maintain a comfortable environment for participants. Kube provide ventilation systems that provide sufficient air exchange while minimizing noise transfer. Ducting and mufflers are used as standard to reduce the noise generated by the ventilation system. Balancing the need for airflow with sound isolation is essential in the design.
Lighting and electrical considerations: Plan for adequate lighting inside the booth to ensure visibility for participants. Choose lighting fixtures that minimize noise interference, such as LED lights that produce less electrical noise compared to fluorescent lights. Also, consider the booth's electrical requirements, such as power outlets for devices, multimedia equipment, or charging stations, and ensure they are conveniently accessible and properly grounded.
Multimedia integration: If the sound booth will be used for multimedia presentations or video conferences, plan for the integration of necessary equipment. Consider the placement of screens, projectors, microphones, speakers, and any other audio-visual devices to ensure optimal functionality and visibility within the booth. Implement cable management solutions to keep the booth organized and free from trip hazards.
Furniture and comfort: Select appropriate furniture for the booth to provide comfort for participants during conferences. Consider including seating options, work surfaces, and storage solutions as needed. The furniture should be arranged in a way that optimizes communication and interaction among participants while ensuring ergonomic comfort.
By following these steps and considering the specific requirements of your conference, you can design a sound booth that provides an optimal acoustic environment for clear communication, privacy, and an enhanced conference experience.
Visit Our UK Showroom
Visiting our showrooms is a fantastic way to see at first hand the high quality of our conference booths and conference sound isolation enclosures.
Our purpose built showroom is located in Ripon, North Yorkshire. Apart from seeing our sound isolation products close up it really is a unique opportunity to discuss your requirements face to face and experience a sound reduction demonstration.
We can show you specific decibel (db) readings of both inside and outside our different sound booths.
A Few Of Our Clients