A sound system should usually enable the faithful reproduction of speech and music. Unfortunately, success not only depends on the microphones, mixers and speakers you are using, but also largely on the acoustic conditions at the venue. So a church with long reverberation times requires a different approach than an open-air area.
Other factors include the required range, the desired directivity, volume level, frequency range, etc. Issues such as ambient humidity and the running time of the sound also play a major role when planning a sound system. In short: Without competent staff and a wide selection of specialised sound systems, you won’t achieve optimal results.
On the following pages, we present a selection from our equipment portfolio that shows the devices we frequently use.