Sound Masking for Architects
Architects often specify our sound masking solutions when designing new buildings as well as refitting existing buildings. Because our QtPro sound masking systems can solve acoustic issues without sacrificing design aesthetics, architects are able to create the ideal acoustic environment for their clients while maintaining the stylistic architecture they designed.
Sound masking works by adding sound to a space to actually make the space seem quieter. It sounds counter-intuitive, but it’s true. This is because the added sound reduces the intelligibility of human speech. QtPro sound masking systems are the only direct field sound masking solution available on the market. This technology enables a much more uniform distribution of sound masking than any other system. QtPro uniformly disperses a pre-tuned sound masking signal directly into the workspace. The result is a consistent sound throughout the space that is easily achievable without the complex tuning required by indirect systems.
QtPro sound masking systems protect speech privacy, reduce distractions and increase productivity – without sacrificing design features or architectural aesthetics. Learn more about QtPro sound masking systems by browsing the materials below. These materials are the most common materials requested by architects interested in adding a QtPro sound masking system to their projects.
Sound Masking & Product Information
- Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel
- Oregon State Board of Nursing
- Summa Health System
- Tufts Health Plan
- Wentworth Douglas Hospital