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Sound Masking Installer

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What is Sound Masking?

Sound masking is the addition of an unobtrusive background sound, similar to airflow, to reduce the intelligibility of human speech and reduce distractions. The resulting environment leads to greater productivity and increased privacy and comfort. Office workers in a 2011 study cited overheard conversation as their biggest complaint when they were working without an office sound masking system in place. While many people can get used to many office noises, some find it nearly impossible to disregard intelligible humans speech. Without a sound masking system, human speech can be intelligible up to 50 feet away.

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    Open Office Sound Masking

    Open offices are often either too quiet hearing the occasional pin drop breaks concentration or too noisy, the conversations of co-workers are distracting and affect productivity. Installing a custom Voice Arrest Sound Masking System is the first and most cost-effective step to improving sound masking in your office. Appropriate sound dampening panels and higher cubicle walls can further contribute to improved open office sound masking. The key to getting the best office sound masking system for your space is personalized professional guidance. Contact AV Integrators to get an idea of how to best approach sound masking in your office.

    Private Office Sound Masking

    Private offices and other enclosed spaces, might provide visual privacy but do a poor job of office sound masking. Your walls might be a lightweight material or extend only to the ceiling tiles and not all the way to the ceiling deck. If your office is built like this, you have experienced overhearing other peoples conversations and finding yourself distracted by noise beyond your walls. With the help of AV Integrators office sound masking systems you can be sure to keep private conversations completely unintelligible to listeners in the adjacent office, the hallway and in the coffee break room next door.