GIK Acoustics VersiFusor
£ 131.00 box of 4, Exc VAT | £ 32.75 each
£ 157.20 box of 4 Inc VAT
To provide our customers with the best possible value, the GIK VersiFusor is packaged four to a box. If you wish to order a quantity that is not in multiples of four, please contact us to determine shipping rates.
Talk to any acoustics or audio pro and they will tell you that diffusion is the final piece that can turn a good sounding room into a great one if used properly, giving a sense of spaciousness to your music (or recording room) by breaking up that zingy, slap echo in a room without additional absorption. Proper diffusion can also help to address the rear wave of bipolar type speakers providing an enhanced soundstage while addressing comb filtering without losing that additional energy.
Until now, diffusion products in Europe were either very expensive, limited in range, imported from the U.S., or simply not designed with science in mind and little more than ‘something better than a flat surface.’ Enter the GIK Acoustics VersiFusor.
The VersiFusor is manufactured in Europe to tight tolerances for excellent performance at a reasonable price. It’s equally at home in a home studio or listening room as it is in a professional studio, editing room, or auditorium. It has a usable range of 600Hz to 7.5kHz.
The VersiFusor made from EPS (expanded polystyrene) so it’s light enough easily mountable on walls, ceilings, etc. without the use of damaging adhesives or massive mounting holes while still providing excellent diffusion characteristics.
- Seventeen-root QRD diffusor design
- Designed with a mirror image sequence to eliminate comb filtering issues
- Easily paintable (water-based paint only). Painting will have no impact on diffusion characteristics
- Square shape allows for easy orientation changes to scatter in multiple axis
- Easy to install using small nails or double sided tape
- 595mm square, 117mm overall thickness
- Sold 4 to a box for optimal shipping efficiency
Room Acoustics, The Basics: Bass Traps, Acoustic Panels, Diffusion
- This video explores the basics of room acoustics. Most of us use existing rooms such as bedrooms, living rooms or basements for a listening space versus high end recording studios that are designed with acoustics in mind. However there are ways to treat average-sized rooms to be utilized as control rooms, home theaters or two-channel listening rooms.
How Diffusion Works
- 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.