PC and PA systems
We install Pagers and Public Address Systems in Warehouses, Factories, Schools, Houses of worship and anywhere that sound projection is required and needs to be carried over long distances.
We install Ceiling Speakers, Wall Speakers and Horn Speakers with 100V line transformers.
We can offer a system that can transmit sound over kilometers if required
PUBLIC ADDRESS EQUIPMENT AND BACKGROUND MUSIC
We also Supply & Install Background Music for Offices, Factories and Waiting areas
Our Amplifiers have USB ports to plug and play your own selection of music or pre-recorded announcements.
No System too Big or too small!
PA systems, which distribute clear and audible sound, are comprised of an electronic sound amplifier, microphone and loudspeakers.
A selection of models is available, each of which is designed to address a number of people in varying sized spaces or buildings.
Small PA systems
These typically consist of a microphone, amplifier and one or more loudspeakers.
Most of these systems provide 50 to 200 watts of power, and are used at small venues for conferencing, or in churches, school auditoriums etc.
Compact disk players or radios can be connected through the system for music as well as voice audio.
Large PA Systems
Large PA Systems can cover much larger areas including industrial sites, outdoor stadiums, shopping complexes or a university campus.
They are also used in emergencies to address and alert large volumes of people over a large area.
Telephone Paging Systems
PBX (Private branch exchange) telephones systems can include paging facilities via a PA amplifier.
Small venue PA Systems
Small venues (bars, nightclubs) use simple setups with large front speakers and subwoofers which are directly aimed at the audience.
Smaller speakers are aimed back at the performers to enable them to hear their instruments and voices.
Large venue PA Systems
More comprehensive systems utilised for music concerts to accommodate location size and sound quality. Comprised of two separate Main and Monitor systems (monitor for the musicians, main for the crowd), the installation utilizes mixing boards, amplifiers, speakers and sound processing equipment.