Sound Masking

What Is Sound Masking?

Sound Masking is the addition of sound created by special digital generators and distributed by normally unseen speakers through an area to reduce distractions or provide confidentiality where needed. The sound is broad band random that conveys no information about itself to a listener. It is often referred to erroneously as White Noise, the sound spectrum and level is specially shaped to provide the degree of privacy desired by occupants. Sound masking devices operate by covering up or masking unwanted sounds, similar to perfume that covers up other odors This is in contrast to the technique of active noise control which attempts to eliminate the unwanted sound. Sound masking is used in homes, commercial offices, medical facilities, courtrooms, and in secure facilities to provide secrecy.

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Benefits of Soundmasking Systems

Featured Device

Analog Firewall


If your desk phone has speakerphone, it has an external microphone – and it is on all the time, even when you are not on a call. The analog firewall stops the listener from accessing your landline phone.

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