auditorium setup

Audio visual set up and installation for auditorium

Before designing the AV Solution in Auditorium we need to check the few think with Client and architech, Auto CAD of the layout see the diagram accordingly our design AV team raise the few clarifications with Architech and Client, like what kind of the AV Solutions he is looking at this point of time, Acoustics, Stage Décor Seating system.

The interior components of the auditorium together with its size decides the equipment required. Upholstered seats absorb acoustical energy, as do drapes, curtains and other kinds of materials. A highly absorptive smaller auditorium may require more amplification than a large reflective one. Some of the surfaces that reflect sound are metal surfaces, cement and wood..

Choose amplification and speakers appropriate to room size.

Based on the size of the auditorium, the amplification system is required to produce several hundred or thousands of watts of power to drive speakers so that the entire area is filled with sound using equalization components. While small theaters require smaller integrated speaker systems that include low, mid and high frequency drivers, very large auditoriums may require component speakers where the bass (woofers), midrange and high-end speakers are each in their own enclosures.

Speaker systems require companion amplifiers that use crossovers to divide the audio spectrum evenly.

An equalizer can compensate for the acoustical properties by adding or diminishing specific frequencies in the audio spectrum. Equalizers can be used as stand-alone device or can be integrated into the sound mixing console. These equalizers can also reduce the feedback from microphones.

Choose a mixing console that affords maximum flexibility for the number of audio sources required. In case of a live performance, the performers need to hear themselves, the speakers or headphones available on stage are monitors. The mixer used in the sound console should support sufficient monitor outputs to each performer. Monitors also require their own amplifiers. Depending on the size of the stage and the acoustical properties of the auditorium the choice of monitor is decided. In some venues the sound is better when each performer wears their own headphones as an open speaker could reflect off the back of the stage towards the audience. However, all headphones are not always practical for certain applications

Select microphones do not pick up ambient sounds from the room as they are highly directional. Microphones should be placed as close to the sound source as possible as many auditoriums may have unpredictable reflective surfaces that cause feedback.

Providing a quality mix to performers on stage can be the difference between a memorable performance and a forgettable one. A good sound engineer ensures proper and perfect monitor setup on stage which allows musicians to perform with confidence.

The auditorium sound system can be integrated with high-performance professional audio, multi-channel audio mixer, digital stage box and rope microphones on stage which helps to conduct un-hindered events such as drama or music

a projector system based on the room needs.

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