Our GIK Acoustics Spot panels are designed to solve a variety of issues: mainly for office noise reduction, church acoustics, school acoustics, restaurant acoustics, as these sound absorbing panels eliminate slap echo and control comb filtering in a room. Knowing that every room has it’s own size and shape, we have our line of variable size Spot panels which can be custom sized to the specifications to fit your space.
The Spot Panels are sound reducing panels that are perfect for office noise reduction, lecture halls, hotel conference rooms, lobbies, and ballrooms, restaurant acoustics, school and classroom acoustics, home theater room acoustics, church acoustics, and wherever speech intelligibility and clarity is paramount.
The acoustic panels’ core is made from 100% recycled materials, which are environmentally friendly and include no formaldehyde or urea formaldehyde
Rigid fiberglass provides twice the low end absorption over similar foam-based products.
Thin 2″ profile
Square/Narrow = 4lbs
Rectangle = 8lbs
1.05 (versus foam products where NRC = 0.4)
The Spot panel is easily mounted on wall using sawtooth picture hanger (included)
Stylish for business or home decor.
Suspending: See our product for acoustic drop ceiling tiles that fit into a standard grid for dropped ceilings or can be suspended from a solid ceiling structure.
Open back allows absorption of lower frequencies when installed with an air gap
Can add custom art to create an ArtPanel
The Spot panel is an excellent option for environments such as offices, restaurants and schools for controlling ambient noise.
The flexibility of the Spot Panel means you can arrange them in stylish designs and patterns. The result is not only an attractive look, but Spot Panels also have an effective impact on the acoustics of your space. For an audio example of a treated room, click HERE.
There are tremendous benefits for treating a room acoustically. Sound expert Julian Treasure explains, “Because of poor acoustics, students in classrooms miss 50 percent of what their teachers say and patients in hospitals have trouble sleeping because they continually feel stressed.” The average noise level in classrooms is 65dB. By installing acoustic treatments, that level can be brought down to a healthier threshold.</p