Sound Masking Systems
Reduce Noise Distractions | Protect Speech Privacy
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The lack of speech privacy is a top driver of workplace dissatisfaction. Sound masking is the process of adding a low level, unobtrusive background sound to an environment to reduce the intelligibility of human speech and reduce noise distractions in that environment. The sound is typically introduced through speakers installed in or above the ceiling.
Sound masking is a critical component of acoustic design. When designing an optimal acoustic environment, architects consider a variety of elements to address noise control and speech privacy. Elements added either Absorb, Block, or Cover sound, and are collectively called the ABC’s of acoustic design.
Keep Private Conversations Private
Targeted Speech Protection Solutions
For Meeting Rooms
Qt® Conference Room Edition
- Designed to protect speech privacy in conference and board
- Sleek and modern design for contemporary conference rooms
- Privacy signs inform occupants that their speech is protected
Conference Room Edition Video
Where is sound masking used?
Open Office Space
Private Office Space
Government & Law
House of Worship