SOUND MASKING FOR CONFERENCE ROOMSImprove Your Privacy
ENHANCE YOUR CONFERENCE ROOM ACOUSTICS WITH SOUND MASKING
Sound masking is an ideal solution to restore confidentiality and prevent external noises from interrupting your conference meetings.
This acoustic technology works particularly well for meeting rooms and presentation suites with glass partitions or thinner walls, where conversations are more likely to leak out into external spaces.
Conversations between employees, clients or managers and directors can include the discussion of sensitive private or confidential information. By preventing eavesdropping and restoring speech privacy you can create a more comfortable and secure work environment for everyone.
As sound masking for conference rooms installation experts, Remark Group has worked with conference rooms in all kinds of environments, including listed buildings.Book A Demonstration Sound Masking for Offices Our Case Studies
How Does Sound Masking Work In A Conference Room?
Spoken words can’t be overheard in adjoining rooms or by people walking past the room. Reducing your conversations to an unintelligible murmur helps to prevent any confidential or personal information from being overheard.
Often likened to the sound of airflow or an air conditioning machine, the sound enhances your workspace and remains in the background, never interrupting.
From presentations to video conferencing calls, we can help reduce sound leakage and ensure all your meetings are kept confidential.
The Benefits of Using Sound Masking For Conference Rooms
- Enhance your professional communications and ensure a smooth, interruption-free meeting.
- Improve the audio quality of your conference calls with clients and stakeholders.
- Restore speech privacy and confidentiality.
Book a demonstration of our sound masking for conference rooms with Remark today.
Book a Demonstration1
The best way to understand the benefits of sound masking for your conference rooms is to experience it for yourself. Our expert team will explain how the systems work in a way that is accessible and jargon-free. We take the time to answer all your queries.
We’ll work with you to create a completely bespoke solution that suits your unique requirements and environment. Our quotes are based on the equipment and installation needs for your specific conference rooms.
Organise a Site Survey2
Our engineers or project managers will arrange a visit at a time to suit you.
Installation and Aftercare4
With all the detailed planning complete, we’ll have everything to your exact requirements before we begin installation. We provide an efficient and non-disruptive installation service to ensure your business can keep running as usual. If your requirements change, you can give us a call.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Where will the equipment be placed?
The emitters are typically installed in the ceiling. They will be placed both inside and outside your conference rooms to create a bubble of sound that effectively minimises sound leakage to keep conversations private. If your emitters can’t be placed in the ceiling, our expert installers can design alternative solutions that work just as well.
All of our installations are designed bespoke for your environment, so you can rest assured that the sound privacy solution will suit your requirements.
Can you control the ambient noise?
If you want to, you can switch the sound masking on and off and alter the volume and frequency. This can be done through a dial, which is a light switch-sized device that can be installed on the wall. Or, if you’d rather the system can be placed on a timer, so it requires no intervention. You can also limit who can control the volume to ensure sufficient levels of privacy are always maintained across your conference room.