Originally Published on: Jan 15, 2009 View the accompanying Video Diffusion is often a misunderstood concept in the audio field; so what is diffusion exactly and how does diffusion work? According to Webster, there are several definitions which relate to various fields. Let’s take a look at the generic definition and one more audio related. […]
Black Friday is considered the greatest shopping day of the year; and Cyber Monday is thought to be the best online shopping day of the year. Because we like to do things big, we’re offering discounts starting on Black Friday and continuing until the end of Cyber Monday. Yep, that’s right… four full days of […]
Diffusion Confusion? Diffusion is an enigma. On one hand, it’s probably the most famous mode of acoustic treatment, what with those sexy skyline diffusors that are so memorable; but it is also probably the most misunderstood of all acoustic treatment options. In addition it’s easy to get overwhelmed with the myriad of options for adding diffusion […]
At GIK Acoustics, customer satisfaction is our #1 priority. Our team is here to ensure that you get the most out of our products. These FAQs are designed to provide a better understanding of GIK Acoustics, our products and our website.
There’s a difference between a GIK Acoustics product and all others on the market. The U.S. Patent & Trademark Office issued utility patent US 9,091,060 for GIK’s unique, proprietary design of its acoustic absorbers. The patent covers the design and construction of GIK Acoustics’ 242 Acoustic Panels, 244 Bass Traps with FlexRange Technology, and Monster Bass […]
GIK Acoustics-U.S.A. and GIK Acoustics-Europe now offer two additional color selections for our all-wood Q7d Diffusors. These 7-root well diffusors have always been available in blonde, but we now offer our customers the added choice of brown or black finishes. The Q7d Diffusor is made using high quality wood laminates which are cut using CNC […]
This video explores the basics of room acoustics and also how to treat the acoustics of a room. Most of us are in smaller, residential listening spaces which are on average 12ft X 15ft X 8ft in size. We usually have problems with the lower end or bass frequencies in these types of rooms due […]
Diffusors are used to treat sound imperfections in rooms such as echoes and are an excellent complement to sound absorption because they do not remove sound energy. In this video we’ll examine How Diffusion Works. Diffusion is often a misunderstood concept, so first let’s take a look at the general definition and one more audio […]