Sound System – Find A Quality System
If you are looking at buying some equipment, the sound quality you can get with a Bose sound system is among the superior brands available. This usually translates into higher expense, but the end result is fantastic sound quality. Larger systems tend to be more complex considering the larger areas they are built for, such as a fair or outdoor concert. Entry level is generally around 800 – 1kW of sound adding about 2w per person over 250 people and will require more in depth consultations with an expert. Common sound issues include feedback, dead spots, lack of intelligibility, and volume fluctuations.
In our present day and age, many manufacturers offer fantastic solutions to solve these audio issues, so you need not be tied to one specific manufacturer. Make sure the equipment allows you to edit audio and add special effects. A professional makes sure that care is taken while installing the audio systems and will be sensitive to your budget. Audio and video projection from a reputable AV design company will give you the perfectly calibrated tools to more clearly communicate your message.
The primary goal of having a quality large sound system is to make sure that the sound is projected clearly from the front, all the way to the back of the venue or space. If you want brilliant sound quality, a 6.1 or 7.1 channel output system is adequate. If you are finding that your system sound quality is ineffective, or quite frankly subpar, it may be time that you plan to invest in greater system. The sound quality your audience hears depends on the quality of the mixer you choose. The system also should have a design feature to amplify the music with special care of the unique characteristics of singing and instrumentation.
A few hundred watts in a decent public address system will easily enable thousands of people over a couple of soccer fields to hear you. Bose surround sound management systems can range from around 30 watts of total power, to 1500 watts and more.
This allows for speakers in each room to project sound as part of the main system or the main sound system to work independently. Also check the measurements of the speakers and make sure they are the correct size for your room. For a combination of music and speaking, then you would prefer speakers as horns sound very “tinny” with music, work on around about 1/2 watt per person attending.