Auditorium are common in institutions like universities and hospitals so they tend to be quite large rooms to accommodate large numbers. To present to a large room and make an impact, you need good audio-visual equipment.
Audio Visual Solutions for Auditoriums
Interactive Screens and Whiteboards
Interactive screens and whiteboards are great for presentations. Imagine being able to demonstrate a point, easily, by drawing out an answer or concept and being able to save and send it out.
Auditoriums are generally used to train/teach a lot of people at once and an interactive whiteboard can be particularly advantageous for that purpose of demonstrating an answer.
Wireless Presentation applications allow you to share your presentations from any device for all compatible screens.
Some wireless presentation applications take it further by enabling you to use the application to display welcome screens with room scheduling, automate screens to turn on/off during working hours and schedule imagery and videos to play on loops.
Wireless Presentation applications are ideal for Auditoriums because you can easily display the speaker’s presentation without unsightly cables or even trying to find the right cable!
Projectors and Projector Screen
You want a projector which is easy to turn on, set up, integrate with your device and show a great quality image. Your projector screen needs to show your presentation at its best. Projectors and their screens can be either fixed or portable.
An Auditorium tends to have a fixed layout, so an integrated projector and screen would be the most viable option. Should you opt for a fixed projector and screen; they can be hidden and motorised to release them when you need them, which enhances the space and cleaner feel to the auditorium.
Good quality speakers are essential when you want the audio to be heard, clearly. There are three main types of speakers; fixed bracket speakers, integrated ceiling speakers and freestanding speakers.
For an Auditorium we advised having Fixed Bracket Speakers or Freestanding Speakers. Fixed Bracket speakers are great when you are unable to use integrated ceiling speakers but still want a clear audio, however, they tend to be better placed in corners meaning you may audio quality gaps if not appropriately placed. Freestanding Speakers tend to be more advantageous if you are likely to have audio gaps because they can be moved to where needed.
Most audio-visual needs cabling and as most know, not any cable will do. You need to have the right cable to ensure the AV solutions performs at its best.
Also, you want to be confident that your audio-visual equipment will work but without seeing unsightly cabling. Only experienced cabling engineers can do this for you (like us!)
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