A typical sound system consists of an input transducer (microphones), which converts sound energy such as a person singing or talking or the sound of an instrument into an electric signal,the signal processors then alters the signal characteristics by using equalizers that adjust the bass and treble and compressors that reduce signal peaks. Then we have amplifiers that add power to the signal so that the signal can drive a loudspeaker without otherwise changing its content. Lastly, we have the output transducers which are mostly loudspeakers in speaker cabinets that converts the signal back into sound energy which is the sound heard by the audience and the speakers. These primary parts involve varying amounts of individual components to achieve the desired goal of reinforcing and clarifying the sound to the audience, performers, or other individuals.
This sound system can be used in a school, conference room a small or large hall,boardroom, meeting room, training center or lecture hall.
Our conference room audio systems are pre-configured to make it easy to specify and purchase the perfect complete audio solution. All of our systems are designed by Pro Acoustics' engineers and are ready to perform right out of the box. The installed and portable communication solutions deliver consistent high-performance voice conferencing for nearly any type of room.
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