From consumer-centric spaces to places of work and social gatherings, different businesses require different commercial AV installation setups.
Centrally Controlled, Zoned Audio Systems
It can be quite the hassle having to manually control multiple audio sources across rooms, with each one outputting their own sounds one by one. A centralised audio system lets you control such audio sources simultaneously from one location. Speakers are set to their specified location and are wired back to one audio system. You would be able to toggle power, change tracks, and either turn down or turn up the volume for each speaker all in one room.
Ceiling and Wall-Mounted Speakers
Speakers that are directly mounted to your business’ walls and ceilings provide many benefits. They free up space that can be used for a variety of purposes, whether it’s for customers, employees, products, or just negative space. You have more flexibility in positioning your AV system. Complete audio immersion through high-fidelity surround sound is also more easily accomplished with such equipment.
While it may be easier to balance your business’ budget by simply moving your indoor speakers outside when the occasion calls for it, this cost-cutting move can be ultimately detrimental. Outdoor speakers are designed to produce sound that can travel through large areas, even in the presence of obstacles that aren’t typically found indoors. Such speakers are also more durable, withstanding exterior environmental conditions and loud volumes that would wear down and blow out indoor speakers. Having dedicated outdoor speakers also saves you from the inconvenience of carrying speakers in and out every time.
Wall-Mounted Flat Screens
Conference rooms, retail outlets, and pubs can all stand to gain from having wall-mounted flat screens. They allow you to maximise space in your commercial facilities while providing focal points for engagement. You can more effectively broadcast your message to big audiences without cluttering an area with bulky monitors. Such digital displays can also be used to highlight certain products and services or serve as informative visual aids and navigational signs.
Presentations, lectures, and meetings can be more dynamic with an interactive whiteboard. This smart device functions as both a traditional whiteboard for conveying information and as an interactive display for collaborative learning and brainstorming. There is the option to go for a standalone system on a chip (SOC) or a tablet synced to a smart projector. With touchscreen capabilities and built-in virtual tools, interactive whiteboards take teaching and strategic planning to the future.
LED Stage Lighting
Stage events for marketing campaigns should wow audiences, and your choice of stage lighting dramatically affects how people react to the show you put on. LED stage lights provide a virtually endless variety of colours with a relatively limited number of lights compared to traditional lighting setups. They are much more energy-efficient than floodlights that output similar levels of brightness. Connected to a modern control system, LED stage lights can be manipulated on the fly for a lively production.
Projectors and Projection Screens
For boardrooms, forums, conference centres, and function halls, even the biggest monitors and TVs are not going to cut it when trying to communicate visual information to large audiences. Projectors and projection screens are must-have pieces of AV technology for businesses and organisations that hold mass social gatherings. The images they display can be scaled accordingly, and the latest products don’t sacrifice resolution quality for size. Modern offerings are also versatile equipment that can be set up with just about any device to present slides, photos, and videos.