Sound Masking systems can help increase productivity and increase privacy levels in open area office spaces. Sound Masking uses a "Pink Noise" to deliver undetectable sound that competes with office conversations and other noises to drown them out. What is Pink Noise? Think of Pink Noise as a subtle high frequency static that drowns out sounds. Most sound masking speakers are installed above a drop ceiling. Get a free Sound masking System Design here.

Sound Masking

Typically, sound masking speakers are placed on 10 - 20 foot centers in a square or hexagonal array and hung from the upper deck of the airspace/plenum aimed upward. Ideally there will be 3-4 feet of airspace/plenum space above the drop ceiling. Speakers are hung from chains and are suspended approximately 8 inches above the drop ceiling.
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