GIK Acoustics adds 5 new lines to their Impression Series
GIK Acoustics has announced the arrival of five new lines to their Impression Series line of acoustic panels and bass traps. Here’s GIK with the full story… BRADFORD, UK (August 29, 2018) – First introduced in January 2017, the Impression Series changed the face of room treatments forever. These acoustic panels and bass traps combine […]
GIK Acoustics has announced the arrival of five new lines to their Impression Series line of acoustic panels and bass traps. Here’s GIK with the full story…
BRADFORD, UK (August 29, 2018) – First introduced in January 2017, the Impression Series changed the face of room treatments forever. These acoustic panels and bass traps combine proven, effective absorption with beautifully decorative plates to deliver an aural and visual statement to enhance any room.
The rigid plate not only gives the panel a stylish appearance but also helps reflect/scatter high frequency content in the room giving the proper balance needed.
Now the company is offering an even bigger impact by expanding the decorative patterns available.
GIK Acoustics Impression Series panels available in:
- 12 elegant patterns:
- Basketweave, Braids, Palomar, Sunrise, and Wavy Leaves along with Bubbles, Checkerboard, Gatsby Arches, Mod Geometric, 3D Cubes, Digiwave (horizontal & vertical)
GIK Acoustics Impression Series panels available in (cont.):
- 3 standard sizes:
- Square (600mmx 60mm)
- Narrow (300mm x 1200mm)
- Rectangle (600mm x 1200mm)
Three levels of absorption / thickness:
- 50mm acoustic panel
- 100mm bass trap
- 150mm bass trap
- 5 plate finishes:
- Beech wood veneer, Black veneer, White veneer, Grey Elm veneer, and Mahogany veneer
The Impression Series panels not only perform well in critical listening environments (audio rooms or studios) but are a perfect fit for any space.
Designed to enhance any setting, the Impression Series panels are ideal for professional, household, or public places where the room acoustics interfere with enjoyment or productivity.
The Impression Series panels are effective in any room where speech intelligibility is compromised, or the room has too much reverberation and is too loud.
“We understand the appearance of conventional acoustic panels may not appeal to everyone,” said Glenn Kuras, President of GIK Acoustics. “That is specifically why we developed the Impression Series to make an audible and visual impact. They will absolutely transform the sound you hear and improve the look and aesthetic of a room as well.”
The new Impression Series designs will have a public debut next month in Europe at the Festival of Sound in London and a debut appearance in the U.S. at the 145th AES Conference in New York City.