Enhancing Building Acoustics with Sound Masking Infographic
As buildings, both contemporary and historic, find new life as educational institutions or offices, so must the acoustics of the spaces evolve to fit the needs of these modern uses. Check out our infographic below to learn more about sound masking and the benefits of utilizing this technology in older or historic buildings.
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Sound Masking Brochure
When your business is too quiet, serious issues can develop with customer satisfaction, speech privacy, employee productivity, and even regulation compliance. That’s because noises actually seem much louder in very quiet places. Sound masking solves this problem by introducing an unobtrusive sound called pink noise into the room. Download the brochure to learn more.
Sound Absorption Brochure
Sound absorption is a critical aspect of acoustic control that guarantees exceptional sound quality in any space. Read our brochure to learn more about the benefits.
Sound Management for Higher Education: Sound Masking
Higher education buildings come in many shapes and sizes. But each, from lecture hall to chemistry lab, can benefit from proper sound management.
Sound Masking for Educational Environments
Sound masking for educational environments helps classrooms stay quieter, allows students to focus on their work, and protects confidential conversations.
Sound Masking for Improved Health Outcomes
Sound masking reduces speech intelligibility to promote health, improve patient privacy, improve productivity, and elevate the overall quality of care.
Sound Masking: The Sound Solution to Privacy and Productivity
Are your employees or guests complaining about volume or conversation privacy? Sound masking creates a more private and comfortable place of business.
5 Reasons to Install Sound Masking in Your Waiting Room
Sound masking encourages speech privacy, which both HIPAA and your patients demand. Speak to our experts today about sound masking for your waiting room.
Benefits of Sound Masking in Healthcare Facilities
There are several benefits of sound masking in healthcare facilities, including enhanced patient comfort, improved communication, and protection of patient privacy.
Improve Productivity, Enhance Privacy With One Solution: Sound Masking
While white noise amplifies sound overall, sound masking is engineered to camouflage human speech. Learn how this can help your business productivity!
TekTalk Video: How Our Complete Sound Masking Solution Works
Our sound masking solution is easy to implement, low cost, and completely invisible, providing you with a high return in client confidence.
TekTalk Video: What Does Sound Masking Sound Like
Interested to know what sound masking actually sounds like? Watch this video to learn more about what sound masking is and how it sounds!
The Benefits of Sound Masking in an Office
Here’s what you need to know about sound masking technology, how it works, and 5 ways it could benefit your office.
What is Sound Absorption?
Sound absorption has many benefits. It can decrease volume levels, increase the quality of sound, reduce reverb and echo, and make your space more comfortable.
The Benefits of Sound Masking in Dental Offices
For those in the dental industry, sound masking has many benefits including improved patient comfort, enhanced privacy and confidentiality, and much more.
TekTalk Video: Sound Masking for Corporate Offices
Loud copy machine? Noisy coworkers? Distracting background conversations? If your team is finding it difficult to concentrate on their important tasks throughout the work day, then your office might need sound masking.
TekTalk Video: How Sound Masking Improves Customer Privacy + Experience
From bank branches to healthcare facilities, sound masking can benefit any industry by protecting personal information and improving the overall customer experience.
5 Questions for Businesses to Answer When Shopping for Sound Masking
Get the best sound masking solution for your facility. Here are the top questions you should prepare answers to when shopping for sound masking.