Acoustical Wood Collection

Bring the science of tuned absorption/diffusion to light in beautiful wood finishes. TAD Revealed uncovers the variable-impedance diffusive design of Kinetics TAD (Tuned Absorber/Diffuser) panels to achieve acoustic results in a visually revealing way.

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TAD Revealed offers a distinctive solution for large listening spaces (auditoriums, lecture halls, rehearsal rooms, etc.) where careful reverberation control is desirable.

TAD Revealed starts with a natural wood (or laminate) finish and an acoustically-optimized hole pattern that improves absorption in low frequencies, when compared to standard fabric-wrapped panels. At higher frequencies, the pattern also causes randomized reflections between the openings (variable impedance), improving speech intelligibility and musical spaciousness.


Simply select the desired finish, then decide whether to field install TAD Revealed panels over nailers and absorbers or have Kinetics pre-build and ship as an all-in-one Ensemble panel.


TAD Revealed panels are hung on z-clips and can be custom sized to your dimensions..

TAD Revealed Panels


Ensemble arrives as a ready to hang panel complete with fiberglass and frame.


  • Typically used on walls
  • NRC: 0.70 (walls)
  • Many options for wood species, laminates, matchings, cuts, finishes and edges

See data sheet, page 2, for more information


  • Field-assembled panels up to 4' wide x 8' long
  • Pre-fabricated Ensemble panels
    • Up to 4' wide, up to 8' long, not to exceed 20 sf/panel
  • Veneer or laminate
  • Edge finish
  • Fire rated or non-fire rated core
  • FSC® Certification available upon request

TAD Revealed can also properly balance critical listening spaces such as recording/mixing studios, broadcast booths and home theaters.

Tad Revealed is one of four distinctive patterns for sound absorption in The Acoustical Wood Collection.

These patterns enable designers to create beautiful auditoriums, atriums, conference rooms, courthouses, student centers or other areas where finished wood is desired and acoustical comfort is needed.