19. July 2021 · Comments Off on GIK DecoShapes Hexagon Acoustic Panels · Categories: Hifi News · Tags: , , , ,


GIK Acoustics has just introduced more thicknesses to their DecoShapes Hexagon acoustic panels.

The GIK DecoShapes Hexagon acoustic panels now range from thin 1 inch (25mm) all the way to 4 inches (100mm).

GIK DecoShapes Hexagon Acoustic Panels

GIK DecoShapes Hexagon Acoustic Panels


GIK Acoustics say that the new products offer customers a range of options for different depths for adding character and style to your space.

GIK tells us that having thicker shapes means you can get creative and have more functional absorption in the low-mid range.

GIK DecoShapes Hexagon Acoustic Panels

GIK DecoShapes Hexagon Acoustic Panels are available in a range of sizes and colours


Now available in a range of colours in the following thicknesses for 12″ (300mm) shapes: 1″ (25mm), 2″ (50mm), 3″ (75mm) and 4″ (100mm).

Prices start at 44€ and vary depending on size, thickness and finish. Shipping is currently free in Europe.

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