Sound masking is the process of adding a low level, unobtrusive background sound to an environment to reduce the intelligibility of human speech and reduce noise distractions in that environment. The sound is typically introduced through speakers installed in or above the ceiling. This is, among other things, beneficial to privacy, and in busy office spaces, employees are also often able to concentrate better. This will benefit the speed and quality of their work. Especially in America, where large office rooms are very popular, sound masking is often applied.
As mentioned above, soundmasking is often used in large office spaces or call centers. Other applications concern meeting rooms where it is important that what is discussed is not understandable outside the room. Or, for example, in a pharmacy, where the privacy of what is being discussed should be guaranteed.
Curious about the possibilities of sound masking? Tau employees are happy to advise on the options. If desired, it is also possible to gain experience with sound masking in the Tau showroom. Contact us for information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 050 549 90 90.
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