Yamaha debuts VSP-2 speech privacy system

Yamaha has launched its VSP-2 speech privacy system, designed to be retrofitted in existing office environments.

The VSP-2 prevents speech privacy issues by reducing human voice intelligibility with customizable sound options, with system components including the VSP-CU2 control unit with user-selectable sound types and volume levels. The unit can support two, four or eight VSP-SP2 speakers. 

The system can be installed in huddle spaces, open conversation areas and in front of or between small to medium sized rooms. 

Info-masking technology is used to cover the human voice in unwanted areas as well as environmental audio with four types of sound that is mixed to the speech sound masker. 

Users can power the system on and off from the control unit, select a preferred sound effect audio (guitar, piano, music box and digital device) as well as environmental sound (forest, brook, urban clatter and air conditioner). 

Additionally, the speakers can be mounted to the ceiling or wall with the included mounting hardware and non-plenum rated speaker cable. 

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