The special plywood panels, completely fireproof and esteemed
for its particular density and sound-reflecting qualities,
make up a modular system which allows various space configurations
based on the orchestra body, the size of the stage and the
hall. The vertical panel is made up of two different sections
of plywood. This solution guarantees a correct acoustical
response for the entire spectrum of frequencies and a condition
of proven static stability.
The vertical panel is stiffened for its entire length by
a special, integrated support frame, reinforced by various
aluminium cross-pieces. The panel is inserted in the special
metallic direction guides on the floor, fixed or mobile,
and is supported by a telescopic pipe (triangle) anchored
to the stage floor. The triangles are fixed through both
lateral and orthogonal adjustments to the panel itself with
the aim of greatly reducing the encumbrance and increasing
adaptability to any stage.
The ceiling panels
In order to avoid effective sound dispersion inside the
scene tower, the Acoustic Shell is completed by a series
of ceiling panels, raised to a correct height by special
lifting equipment (winches and "American" girders).
These elements also allow a high level of adaptability to
be achieved which offers multiple acoustic register possibilities.
Suono Vivo has a series of integrated products (optionals)
which allow to make up for any lack of theatre equipment
and/or to increase the acoustic rendering of the stage as
well as the hall.
Among the optionals available there are special practicables
(footboards) for the standing instruments such as the double
bass and cello. If greater amplification of the standing
instruments sound is required, Suono Vivo offers a series
of specific variable height practicables comprised of a
red spruce plywood floor supported by a wood pit frame with
an aluminium core. The advantage of this product is the
achievement of a true and proper sound box in support of
the standing instruments, with obvious benefits for the