CAMBRIDGE SOUND QT 1 ZONE CONFERENCE ROOM EDITION, COMPLETE SYSTEM
Cambridge Sound QT 1 zone Conference Room Edition, Complete System
QT-CRE
REF: CA-QT-QT-CRE

The Qt Conference Room Edition from Cambridge Sound Management
is a cost-effective solution specifically designed to protect the speech
privacy of conversations in conference and board rooms.

All-in-one solution for conference room privacy
The Qt Conference Room Edition consists of a control module, two lighted
privacy signs, and a series of direct-field sound masking emitters. When a room
occupant turns on the control module inside of the conference room, it powers
the sound masking emitters placed in the ceiling just outside of the conference
room. The emitters add a low level of background sound making human speech
less intelligible. Lighted privacy signs inside and outside of the conference room
indicate the system is running, and let conference room occupants know their
conversations are being protected.

Easy to retrofit into existing conference rooms
Often overlooked in conference room design and construction is the potential
for private conversations to travel easily under, over, or even through walls
and doors. In fact, according to a recent study fifty-three percent of support
staff workers have overheard confidential conversations at work.1 Install
the Qt Conference Room Edition today to ensure your private meetings
remain private.

Installations
Installations

We are able to provide a comprehensive electrical installation service for all products, providing carcassing, cabling, termination, loudspeaker installation and testing. Design through to ‘as installed’ diagrams (AutoCad format). We install on both a project basis and a fault tracing service for ailing projects.

Servicing & Maintenance
Servicing & Maintenance

Service & Maintenance contracts are designed to meet the needs of the Client. We offer PA / VA and associated system health checks, maintenance and audibility testing to BS5839. We also provide system upgrades and changes, remedial works, and problem solving to component level. Reports are provided detailing work carried out and recommendations. Regular maintenance visits increase the operational life of a system.

Noise Masking
Noise Masking

The principle of ‘Noise Masking’ involves the production of a noise that effectively competes with other noises that are recognised as an annoyance to the recipient. Noise Masking, often referred to as ‘Sound Masking’, is an important component of creating a comfortable working environment in office areas.