Convention centre facilities are mostly multipurpose spaces. They should not only be pleasing to the eye, but also to the ear. Careful planning is particularly important and necessary to making multipurpose spaces sound good despite their variety of uses. Acoustical design and treatment is essential to bring out your venues fullest potential. Each use has different needs, but with some flexibility, exceptional results can emerge. For example, conference rooms are often designed similar to auditoriums with a speaker at the front and a large screen for visual aid. Halls will require miking and amplification so speakers will not strain their voice while talking to dozens, hundreds or even thousands of people. In larger venues a priority microphone management system will facilitate use and take into account different key priority speakers.
International events often require a translation system so delegates can communicate in their native tongue but be understood via real-time translations by all other attendees. Our knowledge of professional equipment will ensure that you construct a foolproof system that is easy to use and meets your needs.