Sound Masking for Architects


You make buildings look beautiful.
We make them feel quiet.

Acoustics and Aesthetics



A truly holistic architectural design combines aesthetics and functionality. With open-space trends, a comfortable acoustical environment becomes a top consideration.

That’s why more and more architects trust sound masking solutions to achieve an ideal acoustic environment without sacrificing design aesthetics.


Loudspeakers & Mounts

Strategic Partnerships

Where is Sound Masking Used?


Corporate

  • Open and private office space
  • Conference rooms
  • Huddle spaces

Education

  • Libraries
  • Classrooms
  • Testing and technology rooms

Governement & Law

  • Secured facilities
  • Courtrooms
  • Law Offices

Healthcare

  • Hospitals
  • Medical offices
  • Increase HIPAA compliance and HCAHPS scores

Financial Services

  • Retail Banks
  • Call centers
  • Boardrooms

Hospitality

  • Hotel rooms
  • Reception areas
  • Spas

The Widest Selection of Sound Masking Products

Solutions for any type of space or ceiling

Direct Field Sound Masking



Special Features

  • Easy to install and commission
  • Superior Uniformity
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Indirect Field Sound Masking



Special Features

  • Networked addressable speakers for unmatched control
  • 70 volt masking and anti-eavesdropping solutions also available
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ABC's of Acoustics

Sound Masking Completes the Workplace Acoustics Puzzle

Absorb

Acoustic wall panels, carpet, and ceiling tiles help absorb excess sound

Block

Solid barriers, partitions, and walls help block excess sound

Cover

Sound masking helps cover up excess sound

Architect Resources & Learning

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