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DHDI Announces ZR Acoustics at Henry Jackman’s Studio

11/08/2016 11:15 PM

[Marina Del Rey, CA] – Delta H Design, Inc. (DHDI) has announced its new acoustic design of Henry Jackman’s premier studio with ZR Acoustics® Quantum Devices.  SR24+’s, SR8+’s, SR12’s seamlessly matched and enhanced the studio’s existing, understated, and elegant interiors.

Introduced to ZR Acoustics by Hans Zimmer’s film mixer Alan Meyerson, Jackman entrusted DHDI with the acoustic remodeling of his beautiful, private studio space after a personal ZR Demo.  DHDI provided a Custom Design Layout of ZR Quantum Devices and a precise room tuning.  True to form, ZR created Life-like Imaging and a dramatically large sweet spot without the use of EQ or Bass Traps.  ZR Acoustics is Zero Reflection Technology powered by Extreme Acoustic Resolution, Phase Accuracy, and Quantum Acoustics.

Henry Jackman is a world-renowned composer, conductor, arranger, pianist, musician, and songwriter. He is best known for composing major hit films such as X-Men: First ClassWreck-It RalphCaptain PhillipsCaptain America: The Winter SoldierCaptain America: Civil WarKick-AssKick-Ass 2Big Hero 6 and The Interview, as well as the video games Uncharted 4: A Thief's End and Just Cause 3.

ZR Acoustics Features:

  • Extreme Acoustic Resolution: 140-450+ NPS/Square Foot
  • Thin, Easily Tile-able Form Factors
  • Elegant Aesthetics
    • Hundreds of Pre-Approved Acoustical Textiles
  • Quantum Acoustics™ Technology
  • Mastering Quality Acoustics
  • Life-like Acoustical Imaging
  • Lightweight, Transportable, Reusable                

Site Specific consultations like Henry Jackman’s studio are available as part of DHDI’s portfolio of services.  For more information contact DHDI at info@deltahdesign.com.