Sound Isolation Cabin helps Brit School speak the language in Paris

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The Languages Faculty of the British School of Paris has recently installed an STUDIOBRICKS sound-isolation cabin for use in one of their language classrooms.

Dr. Batters, Head of the Senior School enthusiastically welcomed the new STUDIOBRICKS saying. “ We are delighted that we now have such a fantastic facility in the Languages department, this will undoubtedly give us more options to adapt and enhance our language teaching.” The new cabin has already been pressed into service for some of the school’s oral public examinations.

The STUDIOBRICKS sound-isolation cabin is designed to be self-installed but without compromising the booth’s excellent sound-isolating properties. Impressive sound isolation is achieved thanks to the use of high performance acoustic materials in the slot-together patented panels. The modular, interlocking panel design permits considerable flexibility in size and footprint.

Commenting on the early success of the STUDIOBRICKS which was only launched at Music Education Expo earlier this year, marketing manager, Alice Dagger said, ”Although our company heritage is in music, we are excited by the other applications customers are finding for the product. Apart from other educational uses such as language laboratories, we have commercial installations where privacy is important, quiet working space in noisy industrial locations and as recording suites.”

For more information, contact:

Teresa Rogers
Black Cat Music & Acoustics
Bankside House, Vale Road, Tonbridge, Kent, TN2 3EF
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)1732 371555.
Fax: +44 (0)1732 371556

For further news stories contact:

David Brooks
Technical Marketing Ltd.
235A Heath Road, Leighton Buzzard, Beds, LU7 3AG
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)1525 854672.

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