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VoiceArrest Sound Masking System

Better Technology Means Better Acoustic Privacy

It's a shame how much money is lost for your business when you inadvertently overlook acoustics in your building. Understandably, most business owners and managers size up the square footage in terms of how many workers can fill the space, without a thought for acoustics.

Unfortunately, having poor office acoustics usually results in distracted workers and a total lack of confidential privacy, both of which cost businesses a fortune.

How to Achieve Speech Privacy

Speech privacy may seem like an unattainable ideal, or at the very least an unrealistic one. However, that's a common misunderstanding- speech privacy is a measurable, quantifiable number on the privacy index. The speech privacy index serves as a means of measuring how intelligible speech is in a given area. If it's quite intelligible, meaning people in surrounding areas can easily understand it, then that area has a low privacy index score.

If your office has a low privacy index score, then it's important to understand that there are only three ways to improve it: absorb, block, or cover the noise. These three techniques are commonly referred to as the ABC's of sound masking. Absorbing and blocking techniques usually involve altering the existing building with not a a huge return of investment. In contrast, covering noise is highly effective and works with the existing structure without alteration.

The VoiceArrest Advantage

VoiceArrest Sound Masking SystemCovering solutions like sound masking have been around since the Romans installed fountains in their villas to drown out the noise of the crowds in their streets, and sound masking technology has evolved considerably since then. Modern sound masking solutions were initially developed by the Department of Defense and have been in wide use since the 1960s. The VoiceArrest system combines the latest innovations in speaker technology with a highly-targeted frequency spectrum to provide the most effective sound masking technology to date.

Learn more about the VoiceArrest White Noise System, or contact us to find out what the VoiceArrest Sound Masking System can do for your facility!