RTE 1 News has learned that the office sound machine used in offices around the country will soon be phased out, with the sound system replaced by a brand new, cleaner, quieter machine.
The sound system, which will be called the Soundblaster, will come in at around €1,500 (£1,100) when it goes on sale in April 2019.
RTE 2 News has been told the machine will be similar to the sound systems used in hotels, restaurants and other workplaces.
The machine will feature a 5-inch touchscreen with a built-in microphone, Bluetooth connectivity and the ability to produce up to six simultaneous sound clips.
This means the sound is able to be played back at different times to ensure a full sound system.
The Soundblasters will be available for hire for around €2,200, with an additional €1.50 (£1.10) to cover VAT.
The company behind the machine, KPMG, was set up in 2005, and has a long and storied history of innovation.
The firm’s CEO is Peter Hirsch, who was the first to develop the soundcard in the late 1980s.
RTA has reached out to KPMGP for comment and will update this story when we hear back.
The new machine will cost around €5,000.
What you need to know about the sound of your workplace 1.
How does the sound machine work?
Soundblasting is a process in which sound is emitted into a sound system by an internal amplifier.
This creates an audio signal that is transferred to an external amplifier, where it is converted into sound by the internal amplifier, which in turn creates a signal to a microphone or speaker, which then converts the sound into a high-quality video or audio signal.
Does the machine come with a microphone?
No, the SoundBlasters will only be available to hire for €1 in April.
This is a slight upgrade from the sound card which will cost €1 when it becomes available.
Will the machine sound like a traditional office shredders?
This machine is more of a sound sculpture.
A company called Soundblazer was developed to create a soundscape in which sounds can be used to enhance a room, creating a unique sense of space.
It is a hybrid sound system with a 5inch touchscreen display, Bluetooth connections, and a microphone.
Will it be compatible with existing office sound systems?
The sound machine will not be compatible in any way with existing sound systems.
The manufacturer says the machine is designed to be compatible, and the company says it will only allow sound to be produced from soundcards, not sound cards from other sources.
The main difference between the Sound Blasters and the Soundcard is that the Sound Card will have a built in microphone and will not require an external microphone.
This will allow you to play back your own audio files.
Will there be any sound-enhancing features?
Yes, there will be an audio interface built into the machine that will allow sound effects to be added to the machine.
These include the ability for the machine to record sound to a video file and to play a high quality sound through headphones.
Is there any way to prevent people from using the soundblaster for illegal purposes?
No the machine does not require any external software or hardware to work.
Can I use the machine in schools?
No The machine is meant for use in classrooms and is not meant for schools, but it is compatible with classroom sound systems, so it should be fine in classrooms.
What’s the impact of this news on the Office Space?
The SoundBlaster has been described as “the sound of an office” and the sound will help improve your office environment.
The first office sound system was developed in the 1970s, and it has been used in some of the biggest companies in the world, such as General Electric, IBM and Sony.
The sounds generated by the machine are designed to bring a more relaxed, more productive and positive office environment, as well as improving the productivity of staff.
The machines design has been praised by a number of international sound technology companies, including Soundblower.