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Try sound masking in your corporate or medical office before you commit to buying it.
Sound masking keeps conversations private, improves employee productivity and comfort, and help offices achieve HIPAA compliance.
What Is Sound Masking?
Sound masking is the addition of sound to a room, created by special digital sound generators and distributed by speakers through an area to reduce distractions or provide confidentiality where needed. The sound is often referred to as white noise or pink noise; the sound spectrum and level is specially tuned to provide the degree of privacy desired by occupants. It is used in homes, commercial offices, medical facilities, court rooms, and in secure facilities to provide secrecy.
How Does Sound Masking Work?
Sound Masking gently introduces a spectrum of background sound and covers up, or “masks”, unwanted sounds and speech. Speech Privacy is achieved by raising the background sound level to a point that makes conversations unintelligible. Comfort is achieved through the quality and range of the sound produced.