Building a Sound Masking System
1: How many Emitters do I need?
2: Choosing a Module and Layout
Each Cambridge Sound Maski...
Building a Sound Masking System
3: How do I install the Emitters?
Installing a Sound Masking emitter can take as little as...
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Sound Masking Overview

  1. 1. Building a Sound Masking System 1: How many Emitters do I need? 2: Choosing a Module and Layout Each Cambridge Sound Masking emitter will cover roughly a 10'x10' square foot area in circular around each speaker. Depending on your ceiling height the follow rules can be applied. Installed in a 8' ceiling each emitter will have a 8'x8' speaker coverage radius. In a 9'x9' area each sound masking emitter will provide a 9'x9 area, so on and so forth. Emitters are sold in 4-packs which include: (4) white or black emitters, (4) drop ceiling mounts and (4) Cat-5e plenum rated cables in 16' or 30' lengths. Cambridge Sound Masking offers the Sound Masking modules below for Sound Masking system control, power and management. Each module provides PoE power to the emitters in a daisy chain style deployment over Cat-5e plenum rated cables (which are included in each emitter 4 pack. . The longest sound masking emitter run is 1000' but no single CAT-5 plenum rated cable should be over 300' with an average of 16'-30' runs suggested. Cambridge Sound Management offers 4 module options for 2014: Qt100, Qt300, Qt600 and the Sonet Qt. Review the comparison below and choose the appropriate module.
  2. 2. Building a Sound Masking System 3: How do I install the Emitters? Installing a Sound Masking emitter can take as little as 15 minutes for anyone who can use a Hole Saw and a ladder. Certain pre-cautions are to be taken but with a little help from Conference Room Systems we can get you up and running in no time at all. Using the included hole saw you simply take down each ceiling tile one, by, one and draw an "X" on the back of each tile. The center of each "X" will be where you will drill the hole for each Sound Masking emitter. Once you are done simply insert the Sound Masking emitter and use the provided clip to fasten the emitter to your drop ceiling tile. Once done use the supplied Cat-5e cable to daisy- chain between each emitter. Once you have plugged each emitter in and connected them to the module you can test your system with our iOS app or purchase a Sound Masking microphone for tuning. Drawing an “X” to mark the drill area. Connecting your “Home Run” to the head end module.
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