ACOUSTIC PANELS

Acoustic panels are absorption products that are utilized to control noise, eliminate slap echo and control comb filtering in a room. The objective is to enhance the properties of sound by improving sound quality.


Often used in recording studios, sanctuaries, home theaters, restaurants, and listening rooms, the purpose of acoustic panels is to reduce, but not entirely eliminate, resonance within the room.


Acoustic panels deal more with the mid and high frequencies in a room. Sound absorption is different than soundproofing, which is typically used to keep sound from escaping a room.

 

THICKNESS

The depth or thickness of the panels depends on the amount of low-frequency absorption desired. The thickness of the panel dictates the lower limit of absorption. As thickness increases, the amount of low frequency absorption increases as well. The thicker the panel, the greater the absorption.

 

50 MM SPOT PANEL

50MM

242 ACOUSTIC PANEL

67MM

SIZE

Next to this, the Impression Series panels come in 3 different sizes.

 

SQUARE

 600mm x 600mm

NARRROW

300mm x 1200mm

RECTANGLE

600mm x 1200mm

COLOURS AVAILABLE AND UPGRADE FABRIC OPTIONS

GIK Acoustics bass traps and acoustic panels are available in 9 standard Camira Cara fabric options at no additional charge. Upgrade the finish to any Camira Cara or Camira Lucia fabric at an additional fee.

 

SHOP

Decide choice of size and fabric from the examples above, and write down your choice.

Not sure what to choose? Then ask for free advice.


Then select with Spot Panels or 242 Panels below, select the desired options. Next order the desired amount of scatter plates for the panels and required. 

 
 

TUNING OPTIONS

Optimise Response for your Situation

After adding the required products to your cart, order additional options below.

 

SCATTER PLATE

Build in Scattering

The product be optionally equipped with a GIK Acoustics built-in Scatter Plate, which allows even decay time from low to high frequencies while providing the necessary space for absorption to flatten the frequency response.

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