Nothing sounds better than a professional sound system installed at your facility. Whether you need an intercom system for your corporate office or 100 speakers in your arena or church, American Sound and Electronics has the expertise to install professional sound anywhere.
Take a look at how to select the right professional sound system for your company.
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Determine Your Budget
First things first. Determine your budget for the professional sound system installation.
Why should you go over your budget first? Because that will determine what you can do with your professional sound system.
Your technology budget can come from many different sources, and a professional sound system is a large, one-time expense. Luckily, you won’t have to make such as large investment in this hardware ever again, or at least for a very long time.
Budgeting can also determine your timeframe for installation. Are you going to raise funds gradually, or do you have the revenue to pay for it now? Even if you’re going to spend 12 months on a fundraising project, you can still come up with a budget at the beginning of the process to help you shop around for bids.
Size of Your Facility
Modern buildings are constructed to handle large amounts of infrastructure improvements, including the installation of professional sound systems.
The next step once you determine your budget is to size up your facility. It’s not just the square footage. You need to take into account the volume of space from floor to ceiling because the sound will travel in different ways from walls and ceilings.
Does your large space accommodate 3,000 or 30,000 people?
Having a budget lets you start the conversation with a professional sound system installer long before the project happens. Your chosen supplier can give you an idea of what and when to order.
What Your Walls & Ceilings Do to Sound
Your walls and ceilings are likely to reflect sound rather than absorb sound, which must be taken into account for your space when installing a professional sound system.
A sound installer will examine your facility to see how the sound travels, sightlines, and what the reflective surfaces will do to any sounds coming from speakers. Physically examining a site gives your chosen vendor an idea of how many speakers, what speakers, and the configuration of them for your facility.
For any venue, whether you’re an arena, church, office, or factory floor, sound quality must be top-notch. Professional sound system installers want your facility to have the best quality sound throughout your space. Everyone in the room should be able to hear every sound emanating from the system.
What Types of Events Do You Need Sound For?
Concerts generate different sounds than lectures. Music worship with a piano versus an organ or electric guitar requires different components for a sound system, from speakers to the types of microphones. Sporting events need other types of professional sound system components to work correctly.
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Ready for world-class professional sound?
American Sound & Electronics, with offices in Cincinnati and Louisville, can install professional sound systems for any venue, whether you’ve got a downtown sports bar with televisions or a 3,000-seat sanctuary hosting worship services every Wednesday and Sunday.
Call us at (859) 261-9024 for more information on what our team can do for you.