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Gyza Raster - High-Frequency Sound Absorber

Acoustic bliss.
Experience unparalleled clarity and depth of sound, elevating your auditory journey.

The Gyza Raster - High-Frequency Sound Absorber is a premier solution for all your acoustic needs. Whether you're looking for proper acoustics in a recording studio, a home cinema, a restaurant or any other type of public or private premises, our High-Frequency Sound Absorber is the ideal choice.

Made of high-quality acoustic polyurethane foam, it guarantees to mitigate unwanted sounds and create a more comfortable, echo-free environment.

The panels are specifically designed to absorb medium and high frequencies. The innovative polygon design encompasses a grid, that due to its shape and size, is ideal for specialized areas. Each plate includes recesses and grooves, further maximizing its sound absorption capacity.

The Gyza Raster panel has dimensions of 50 x 50 cm and a thickness of 9.5 cm at the highest point. The panel is also lightweight and flexible, allowing for easy handling and installation.

Installation

Installation is simple and hassle-free. You have the option to securely glue the panels to your walls or ceilings using our recommended installation adhesive.

For detailed instructions, we provide an installation guide below that will walk you through the process step by step.

Alternatively, the Fixie method allows for easy and semi-permanent wall mounting.

You can also order installation accessories directly below.

Care Instructions

When it comes to maintenance, the foam panels are durable and easy to clean.

A simple wipe with a damp cloth will keep them looking fresh and pristine for years to come.

Packaging & Shipping

The panels are safely packed in carton boxes and shipped via DHL. We deliver the panels straight to your doorstep in up to 5 business days. 

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Coefficient of Sound Absorption