When sound is created inside a house of worship, that sound tends to bounce back in the form of reverberation and echo. No microphone or speaker replacement will correct the issue. Rather, it is an acoustics failure stemming from the environment itself.
That's where "acoustic finish" comes in. An acoustic finish is an architectural solution designed to absorb reverberation and echo.
Acoustic finishes come in various thicknesses. Lower frequency sound, like heavy base tones, have high levels of energy and, therefore, require greater thickness and absorption capabilities. Acoustic finishes also come in a wide variety of aesthetic options. Asona's Sonacoustic PL smooth finish is used in rooms for which panels, curtains, or "clouds" would be unsightly. Sonacoustic looks like drywall or fine plaster and is designed to resist soiling. It can be installed on flat or compound curves or arches alike.
Asona's Sonacoustic finishes are fire resistance and fungi resistance. They offer acoustic absorption low light reflectivity.