Commercial Office Sound Masking System
Benefits of Office Sound Masking Systems
Unlike noise cancellation which eliminates sound and is better suited for confined spaces, sound masking systems help mask or cover up sound to provide greater privacy and discretion. In other words, the sound still exists but is hidden, similar to how a tinted window or two-way mirror can hide an object.
Sound masking technology (also known as noise masking) is a technique commonly used to reduce office distractions such as background conversations and traffic, or it can also be used to help maintain privacy in office environments where discretion or secrecy is desired.
Custom Solutions for Sound Masking Systems
Our commercial sound masking professionals use specialized equipment and training to determine the optimal sound levels for sound masking privacy. They can then determine the best locations to project the masking sound, either in the form of white noise or through additional sound such as the way a speaker’s voice bounces throughout a room.
The sound speakers used for sound masking can be strategically placed and hidden in order to blend in with the surrounding architecture of your commercial building. When done correctly, no one will even notice the white noise sound masking system working in the background to enhance their comfort.
Reduce Noise Distraction with Office Sound Masking
Open offices are great for collaboration but offer almost no speech privacy and are full of distractions. Insufficient speech privacy is the number one complaint among office workers in this type of environment. Sound masking helps employees concentrate and be more efficient in commercial offices.
Increase productivity, comfort, and privacy with high-end sound masking from Thompson Electronics Company. Reduce or eliminate distractions caused by conversations, machinery or other environmental noise. The combination of state-of-the-art equipment and expert sound masking installation creates a more comfortable, professional office experience for all who work in or visit your facility.