GIK Acoustics shows how to best hang our GIK Acoustic 242 Acoustic Panels, 244 Bass Traps, and Monster Bass Traps on walls and in corners. All of these acoustic panels come with pre-installed eyehooks seated in the rear frame. A feature of our FlexRange Series includes an air gap which allows for deeper frequency absorption and hanging flush to the wall. Acoustic panels are perfect for hanging in corners to reduce bass buildup and on walls at reflection points to mitigate comb filtering, noise reduction, stereo imaging smearing, and echo.
We look at our preferred hardware to use, and a quick how-to guide on measuring and hanging acoustic panels on walls and in corners.
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FlexRange Technology Series Products featured:
242 Acoustic Panel
244 Bass Traps
Monster Bass Traps
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