Cambridge Sound Management Raises the Bar with New Active Sound Masking, Paging, and Music Solution.
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The new Qt® Active Emitter leverages direct-field technology to deliver a powerful all-in-one sound masking, office paging, and background music system for commercial facilities.
WALTHAM, Mass., June 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Cambridge Sound Management, the world’s largest provider of sound masking technology, announced today a new direct-field sound masking solution that combines high performance sound masking with enhanced paging and music capabilities.
The new Qt Active Emitter brings power to the barely visible emitter, allowing for louder paging and music playback through the award winning sound masking system. Downward facing from the ceiling, the Qt Active Emitter delivers the most uniform and consistent sound masking performance on the market. Paging and music reproduction is clear and therefore highly intelligible due to the direct distribution of sound into the office space.
“We believe a combined active sound masking, paging, and music system delivers on our promise of excellent performance, superior quality, and ease of installation, will resonate well with our customers and integration partners.” says Christopher Calisi, CEO of Cambridge Sound Management. “Our direct-field technology puts us in a great position to help companies combine audio solutions, and ultimately save money.”
The Qt Active Emitter also introduces a wider sound masking frequency range and enables audio consultants to customize to their specifications. The Qt Active Emitter works with the current line-up of Qt 300 and Qt 600 control modules, and new firmware allows for precise control as well as web-based management from any device.
“The simplicity of our QtPro sound masking systems is often cited by our installation partners as a competitive advantage. We developed a custom power supply and power injector to bring more power to the emitter, while allowing us to leverage existing QtPro control modules, cables, and most mounting accessories.” Says Mitch Nollman, VP of Sales. “We’re excited to introduce the Qt Active Emitter at InfoComm in Las Vegas this summer.”
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