Lencore’s speakers are engineered to provide the highest quality sound and are built to perfectly accentuate our scientifically formulated Green Sound™, the most sophisticated sound masking technology available.
Our high quality speakers are custom built and tuned to enhance the experience of sound masking in several ways:
Improved sound quality:
Our quality speakers reproduce sound more accurately and with greater clarity. This means that the sound masking signal will be more effective at masking unwanted noise, as it will be more consistent and less prone to distortion or interference.
Our quality speakers have a wider frequency response and a higher output level, which means that they can cover a larger area with sound masking. This is especially important in large spaces, where multiple speakers may be required to provide effective sound masking coverage, and our speaker designs can accomplish this with greater efficiency.
Our quality speakers offer greater control over the sound masking signal, allowing users to adjust the frequency, volume, and other parameters to suit their specific needs. This can improve the effectiveness of sound masking and make it more adaptable to different environments.
Our quality speakers produce sound that is more pleasant and relaxing to listen to, which can improve the comfort and well-being of people in the environment. This is especially important in healthcare or therapeutic settings, where patients may be sensitive to noise and require a calming environment. This is also an important point of differentiation with Lencore’s technology. While other sound masking manufacturers essentially produce white noise machines, which are harsh and fatiguing to the listener, our Green Sound™ is as comfortable as it is effective at providing the ideal acoustic environment while limiting unwanted noise.
We offer a wide-array of the highest quality speakers for every environment, including direct fire (downward-facing), up-fire (upward facing), powered (internal amplifier), and passive (external amplifier) speakers. We also offer speakers designed to be fully hidden (in-plenum), decorative speakers, and all-in-one desktop units.
Learn more about our full line of speaker options:
2×2 Tile Speaker: Model G22 / G22-C
Ceiling Plate (Standard/Inline): Model LG035-G545/LG035-G546-INLINE
Decorative Fixed Mount Pendant: Model G870
Decorative Pendant (Standard/Inline): Model G875/G875-INLINE
Decorative Swivel Mount: Model G54
Paging Horn: Model PGHRN
Tangent Speaker: Model G950
Up-fire and In-plenum Speakers
Plenum Speakers (Consolidated): Model G545 (various models)
Solid State Transducer: Model SDSPKR
Upward Firing Decorative Pendant: Model G999
Plenum Speakers (Consolidated): Model LM6
Classic Desktop: Model LDTK
Concentration+ Sound Masking + Bluetooth Desktop Speaker: Model LD22
The price of good quality up-firing speakers can vary depending on several factors, including the brand, model, and intended use of the speakers. Speakers intended for Hi-Fi quality music can range from $300-$1500, while speakers intended for sound masking and background music, like Lencore Acoustic’s high-quality engineered speakers range from $100-$300.
When determining if a speaker is “good,” you should consider sound quality (frequency response), coverage (loudness and acoustical path), and its intended use (Hi-Fi, background audio, sound masking). Different speakers are ideal for different use cases. If you’re seeking the highest quality speakers for sound masking and background audio, we recommend talking with one of our acoustical experts at Lencore Acoustics.
What makes up firing speakers different is the sound reflects off the ceiling and “umbrellas” down diffusing through the ceiling tiles and covering a wider area without the need to install speakers directly onto the ceiling surface. This can be beneficial both from an acoustical coverage perspective and to avoid seeing speakers in the ceiling. Lencore offers the highest-quality upfiring speakers available for sound masking, background music, and paging.
Up firing speakers are speakers that face upward to reflect sound off the ceiling and “umbrella” the space below. These speakers are typically installed above the plenum and are a great option to cover a larger acoustical area with fewer speakers, provide for easier installation and an aesthetic that doesn’t require seeing the speaker installed directly onto the ceiling surface.