Application

Sound masking is beneficial for a diverse range of workplaces including:

  • Healthcare.
  • Hotels.
  • Call centres.
  • Government buildings.
  • Financial services.

Description

Sound masking is the addition of an unobtrusive background sound, like airflow, to reduce the intelligibility of human speech and reduce distractions. The resulting environment leads to greater productivity and increased privacy and comfort.

The sound masking system is arranged into zones that allow the system to be finetuned. The typical number of speakers per zone varies from 1–6 depending on the design. The number of speakers per zone in the open area can be increased up to 30.

Components:

  • Plenum-mount controllers
  • Rack-mount controllers.
  • Sound masking loudspeakers.
  • Active volume control sensors.

Features and benefits:

  • Automatic equalisation process.
  • Real time adaptive adjustment of the masking sound level.
  • Networked sound masking system.
  • Graphic control.
  • WiFi and LAN.
  • Paging and music.
  • Individual speaker control.
  • Gradual ramp-up.
  • Built-In Self-Test (BIST).
  • Calendar adjustment.
  • LEED Design.
  • Five-year warranty.

Applications:

Sound masking is beneficial for a diverse range of workplaces including:

  • Healthcare.
  • Hotels.
  • Call centres.
  • Government buildings.
  • Financial services.

General information
Specification data - Public address systems

Product Reference

Soft dB Sound Masking