Atlas Sound model DSP8807 digital sound masking/paging system is a self-contained, digital signal processor with integral amplification designed to efficiently route and mix masking, paging, and background music sources.
Applications include: speech privacy and general paging for office spaces, healthcare campuses and secure government facilities.
An intuitive ‘simple to use’ Graphic User Interface (GUI) is easily managed via a local Windows compatible computer for set-up and control all 8 inputs & outputs of the system through USB or Ethernet ports. Dual masking source is completely random and non-repeating (up to 215) hours with EQ adjustments programmable per output zone. Eight class-D amplifiers rated at 50W/channel (@ 70.7V) and a built in telephony interface simplifies paging set-up.
Additionally a simultaneous Audio Line level output rated at 1V/600Ω (nominal) per zone is available for driving higher power amplifiers. The system is expandable up to (253) systems (2048 zones) with primary and secondary assignment in a zone page-dialing plan (2-digit DTMF) with “All Zone” and “Group zone” pages simply configured via the GUI. A powerful, fixed architecture DSP provides equalization, dynamic and routing priority control for all input sources as well as line level and amplified outputs.
Each DSP8807 is also capable of managing remote ambient level sensing microphones (ALM-1) per zone (x8) wired via a single CAT5e cable up to 1,000 feet from the DSP8807 for automatic adjustment of the masking level based on real-time noise levels with set up and control via the GUI.
“Atlas Sound has been providing sound masking solutions for over 3 decades”, said Steve Young VP of Sales & Marketing. He continued, “The addition of the Atlas Sound DSP8807, the Atlas Sound DSP2210 and the Atlas Sound DSP2212 to our range will give Atlas integrators new, extremely versatile solutions to addresses high end masking installations. We are very excited to be releasing this product and further solidifying Atlas Sound as the number one name in sound masking technology.”