As audio technology has advanced, digital processors have provided the ability to manage multiple inputs and outputs with easy drag and drop functions – eliminating feedback and enabling outputs to be zoned for specific rooms or areas. For conferencing, they have also added wide-band acoustic echo cancelling and the ability to send audio over long distances around large sites.
Integration – the
Unlike pure audio suppliers, our experienced technical team has the expertise to recommend and configure total room or venue solutions, blending state-of-the-art audio technology with projection and display systems, plasma walls, LED displays and interactive audio visual applications.
Whatever the scale of your requirements, we’ll be pleased to advise on all aspects of audio technology, including:
voice reinforcement & PA
• Audio conferencing & interpretation facilities
• Infra-red communication systems
• Large venue sound systems
• Induction loop systems for the hearing impaired
• Radio mics for lecture theatres & auditoriums
• Portable sound systems for mobile use
Microphone, amplifier and loudspeaker technologies have been constantly evolving and improving, but the revolution of digital audio has now brought cinema-quality sound within reach of the most modest installation budgets. Today we include audio processing in systems for corporate boardrooms, conference rooms, training facilities, leisure facilities, videoconferencing and teleconference suites.
Wherever audio is needed, nothing less than state-of-the-art performance and reliability is acceptable today.
- often abbreviated
to DSP -
is a very flexible way of processing audio signals.
Conventional analogue processing generally requires a different ‘box’ for each type of process, resulting in large racks, lots of cables and multiple system components - plus inevitably high workshop build costs as a result.
With a DSP product a large number of processes (such as audio matrixing, compression, equalisation, delay, echo cancellation and many more) are available across multiple audio channels in a single compact box which can be programmed according to the requirements of each individual scenario.
Selecting the right DSP products for each project is essential. At Saville Audio Visual we have the expertise to help you specify the correct solution – please call us for advice or guidance.
The Disability Discrimination Act has focused attention on the need to provide facilities for people with hearing difficulties in all public buildings.
We incorporate Induction Loop Audio systems into many AV installations and we’ll be happy to provide advice.