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Thanks for posting this, Anand. I just PMed Glenn about these panels for my home in Taiwan. They might be what I need.
What would be the best way of mounting these to the ceiling? "Best" meaning most reversible without damage and also relatively secure in earthquakes. So screws, OK, glue not so much, nor Z-clips.
I'm interested in these panels as well. For the corners and the side reflection points will they work for that. But for corners how do you stack these things . I really can't glue anything to the wall.
I would use eye hooks in the back and hang with wire or loose chain. You could also use L brackets but you will see them on the side.
Thanks, Glenn. It's a very low ceiling, so flush mounting is the best option (for comfort, though not acoustics). I guess that means L-brackets, if I do add the Alphas. I assume, then, that screws can be driven into the sides of the panel? There is some wood or other facing that is stronger than going into fiberglass?
In the image below two 2x2 panels are stacked behind each speaker. The bottom panel is setting on two hockey pucks. In the corner is a 2x4 panel with the optional footer installed.Don P.
Don, I think the low-contrast look in your photo would go much better in my room than the (also attractive) black option shown on the GIK Website. Could I ask, what fabric did you use for the Alphas? Glenn K: I suggest you add some other color combinations to the photos on the GIK site.
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