Madison Technologies signs Distribution Agreement with Cambridge Sound Management

Aug 16, 2016 AV Systems

Madison Technologies is pleased to announce a new national distribution agreement with global leader in sound masking technology, Cambridge Sound Management. 

Madison Technologies, a value added distributor of Broadcast & Audio Visual technologies is expanding its product offering with an agreement to distribute the Cambridge Sound Management range of world-leading sound masking systems.

Cambridge Sound Management manufactures QtPro sound masking systems to help organisations across multiple industries protect speech privacy, reduce noise distractions, and fuel workplace productivity.

Patented direct-field sound masking delivers a more uniform and even distribution of sound. This superior masking performance results in greater speech privacy and comfort.

Ken Kyle, General Manager of Broadcast & Audio Visual at Madison said, “The offering of Cambridge Sound Management complements our corporate and commercial audio visual solutions.  This agreement means that Madison can now offer an even wider range of solutions to corporate, commercial and professional industries.”

“This partnership allows Madison Technologies Broadcast & Audio Visual to offer through our Systems Integrator & Consultant partners the very best sound masking technology the world has to offer,” Ken Kyle said.  “The Cambridge Sound Management offering is engineered to be the most efficient and easy to use solution on the market.”

Featured at Integrate 2016

The Cambridge Sound Management Qt® 300 Sound Masking Controller, Generator and Amplifier.

The Qt® 300 is ideal for medium multi-zone spaces of up to 3,345 m2. This system is capable of covering up to 3 diverse areas in buildings needing improved speech privacy.

This robust and feature-rich system is easy to control and maintain. Users can adjust system settings via the easy-interface front panel, and can also set up error reporting and establish time dependent masking levels via their PC, Mac or tablet device using the intuitive Qt® Monitoring and Control Software. Additionally, the Qt 300 is an integrated solution offering sound masking along with paging and music via the two auxiliary audio inputs.

Visit the Madison Technologies stand J033 at Integrate 2016 from 23rd to 25th August at the Sydney Showgrounds to see the QT300 in action. To book and appointment for a demonstration, call 1800 00 77 80 or go to www.madisontech.com.au/integrate2016.

About Cambridge Sound

Cambridge Sound Management, Inc. the global leader in sound masking, manufactures QtPro sound masking systems to help organisations across multiple industries protect speech privacy, reduce noise distractions, and fuel workplace productivity. Powered by direct-field Quiet Technology, QtPro works by emitting a uniform, barely perceptible background sound at the frequencies of human speech. Cost effective and easy to install, QtPro is deployed in hundreds of millions of square feet of space throughout the world including commercial organizations, healthcare facilities, financial services, government agencies, and educational institutions.

About Madison Technologies

Madison Technologies Broadcast & Audio Visual is an Australian value added distributor of professional and commercial-grade audio visual and broadcast technology products and solutions.

Whether it’s setting up a commercial facility, upgrading a broadcast facility, implementing a digital signage solution or live streaming your message to the world; Madison Technologies offers an unbeatable combination of technical expertise and quality products for the future of integrated solutions.

Key Brands: AudioROPA, Antik, Belden, Cambridge Sound Management, Clockaudio, DisplayNoteTechnologies, Grass Valley,  HuddleCamHD, Icron Technologies, Phoenix Audio Technologies, PTZOptics, Studio Technologies, SpinetiX, R&M, Visionary Systems and more.

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