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Allen And Heath SQ7

Allen And Heath SQ7
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Approx. Rs 3.5 Lakh / Piece
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Minimum Order Quantity1 Piece
Mixer Channel48
Brandallen and heath
Usage/ApplicationMixing Console
MaterialMixing Console
Frequency Range20k-20khz
Power100watts
Frequency Response20-20khz
With Mixing SoftwareYes
Model Name/Numbersq7
Number Of Channels48
Colorblack
Weight5kgs
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Powered by Allen & Heath’s revolutionary XCVI 96kHz FPGA engine, SQ-7 is built for professionals in demanding live sound, recording and streaming applications. Delivering class-leading high-resolution audio with an ultra-low <0.7ms latency, the SQ-7 gives you unrivalled power and audio fidelity.
  • 96kHz FPGA Processing
  • 48 Input Channels
  • 32 Onboard Preamps
  • DEEP Processing Ready
  • 12 Stereo Mixes + LR
  • 3 Stereo Matrix
  • 8 Stereo FX Engines + Dedicated Returns
  • 64ch I/O Port for Audio Networking
  • 32×32 USB Audio Interface
  • Range of Remote Expanders
  • Suitable for:
    • Live
    • Studio
    • Streaming
    • A/V Install
    • Corporate Audio
    • Houses of Worship

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Beta Three Amplifier Beta 3

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Approx. Rs 50,000 / Piece
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Minimum Order Quantity1 Piece
Model Name/NumberBeta Three Beta 3
Power240
BrandBeta 3
TypePower Amplifier
ChannelCustom
ColorBlack
FeaturesPower Amplifier
Usage/ApplicationPower Amplifier
WarrantyOne Year
Country of OriginMade in India

Professional Class D Amplifier The DT series is a series of multi-channel professional Class D amplifiers, designed with the target of outstanding reliability. Designed with the basis of efficient and safe thermal distribution structure, concise and straightforward output circuit, and complemented by precise detection and protection control. In particular, the innovative design of the automatic temperature control system and the unique limiting function both contribute to the high efficiency of product performance. With the standardized design and a complete product line, the DT series help meet the needs of diversification in the professional sound reinforcement industry. A comprehensive interface and simplified control functions are in place to contribute to your convenient and flexible applications. 

Professional Class D Amplifier The DT series is a series of multi-channel professional Class D amplifiers, designed with the target of outstanding reliability. Designed with the basis of efficient and safe thermal distribution structure, concise and straightforward output circuit, and complemented by precise detection and protection control. In particular, the innovative design of the automatic temperature control system and the unique limiting function both contribute to the high efficiency of product performance. With the standardized design and a complete product line, the DT series help meet the needs of diversification in the professional sound reinforcement industry. A comprehensive interface and simplified control functions are in place to contribute to your convenient and flexible applications. 

Professional Class D Amplifier The DT series is a series of multi-channel professional Class D amplifiers, designed with the target of outstanding reliability. Designed with the basis of efficient and safe thermal distribution structure, concise and straightforward output circuit, and complemented by precise detection and protection control. In particular, the innovative design of the automatic temperature control system and the unique limiting function both contribute to the high efficiency of product performance. With the standardized design and a complete product line, the DT series help meet the needs of diversification in the professional sound reinforcement industry. A comprehensive interface and simplified control functions are in place to contribute to your convenient and flexible applications. 

Professional Class D Amplifier The DT series is a series of multi-channel professional Class D amplifiers, designed with the target of outstanding reliability. Designed with the basis of efficient and safe thermal distribution structure, concise and straightforward output circuit, and complemented by precise detection and protection control. In particular, the innovative design of the automatic temperature control system and the unique limiting function both contribute to the high efficiency of product performance. With the standardized design and a complete product line, the DT series help meet the needs of diversification in the professional sound reinforcement industry. A comprehensive interface and simplified control functions are in place to contribute to your convenient and flexible applications. 




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AMPLIFIER

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Approx. Rs 45,000 / Piece
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Power1600 W
Model Name/NumberBeta Three
ColorBlack
BrandBeta three
Voltage240 V
Country of OriginMade in India

We deal in and provide Stranger PA Amplifier to our clients.
 
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Auditorium Audio Sound PA System Acoustics

Auditorium Audio Sound PA System Acoustics
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Approx. Rs 600 / Square Feet
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Minimum Order Quantity30 Square Feet
Service LocationTamil Nadu Karnataka Kerala Andaman Hyderabad
Sound EngineerWe Provide
Light EngineerWe Provide
Auditorium DesignWe Provide
PA System DesignWe Provide
Supply Of SoundWe Provide
Supply of Stage LightingWe Provide
Auditorium HandlingWe Provide
Tech Team TrainingWe Provide

The audio and visuals play a key role to engage the audience while delivering an immersive experience.

When it comes to an auditorium the audience has certain expectations in terms of the ambiance, light, sound, and seating. Each audience member can be engaged using a variety of sensory touchpoints; right from – touch, smell, vision, auditory plus taste.

From the conventional sight and sound, as a company you have multiple permutations and combinations of sensory receptors that can be controlled, triggered with just a touch of a button or by setting up gesture based automations.

High-definition flat-screen displays, projectors, combined with high definition digital audio, and lighting automation allow for a one-of-a-kind experience that can be custom developed just for you.

Live events are often stressful and difficult to manage. Event managers or teams struggle to control the systems or coordinate in such a high-pressure environment. Live streaming capabilities across multiple social and digital channels are also a must in today’s fast-moving world.


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Sound Engineer

Sound Engineer
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Approx. Rs 5,000 / Day
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Minimum Order Quantity1 Day
Course DurationNone
Course ModeOffline
EligibilityNone
Course TypeFull Time
Preferred TimingAny Time
Service Charge4000
No Of Persons7

It's said that good sound can make a performance and bad sound can break it. Often, this comes down to the work of a live sound mix engineer: one of the primary professionals involved in controlling a band or performer's live sound.

Live sound mix engineers meet with the band before the show to perform sound check, where they coordinate with the band about sound-oriented goals and concerns and make initial adjustments to volume, balance, and EQ. In the midst of the performance, live sound mix engineers continue to make adjustments on the fly, using their phenomenal ears, knowledge of mixing consoles, and quick thinking to ensure that both performers and audience members hear what they need to.


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Auditorium Acoustic

Auditorium Acoustic
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Approx. Rs 300 / Square Feet
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Minimum Order Quantity5000 Square Feet
Service LocationINDIA
Live EngineerAvailable
PA System ConsultantAvailable
Electrical PlanningAvailable
Electrical ExecutionAvailable
Network ConsultantAvailable
Network ExecutionAvailable
CostingBased on Project
No. Of Staffs100

Auditoriums are constructed to house large numbers of people, so proper acoustics are critical to their function. Regardless of where a person is seated, they expect to clearly hear the performance or speaker. However, poorly designed or acoustically untreated spaces result in unpleasantly long reverb or echoes that interfere with speech intelligibility and musical clarity.

Before the advent of amplified equipment, auditorium design was based on the concept of pushing sound from the stage out into the audience. Walls and other reflective surfaces were strategically placed to allow sound to be heard clearly, even in the most distant seat from the stage or stage balconies.

Some modern auditoriums incorporate loudspeakers throughout the facility. Movie theaters are the best example as they can use dozens of loudspeakers embedded in the walls and ceiling. Most auxiliary speakers are used for sound effects and “surround sound” while stage-mounted speakers are used primarily for dialog and music. This presents different acoustical challenges compared to an older auditorium.

 

Reverberation and Echo in Auditoriums

In any enclosed space including auditoriums, there are at least six hard, reflective surfaces. The floor is generally left untreated, as carpet, seats, and people absorb a tremendous amount of sound energy. However, walls and the ceiling are often flat, reflective drywall surfaces. When these surfaces are parallel to each other, they can, if you’ll pardon the expression, “amplify” sound problems in the space.

Sound striking hard surfaces simply rebounds into the auditorium, causing longer reverberation times and flutter echo. This is distracting to both the listener and performer/presenter. Improving speech intelligibility and musical clarity is therefore imperative because without acoustical treatment, audiences will have a poor listening experience.

Speech intelligibility is a necessary part of a functional auditorium. To hear properly, the reverberation time (RT60) should be approximately 1.0 to 1.5 seconds. The goal for ideal acoustics in an auditorium is to have the reverberation time equal throughout the venue./p>

Because a large open space is often far too reverberant, in most cases incorporating acoustical concepts and treatment into auditorium design is a must. Acoustically treating an auditorium after it has been constructed can be a tricky thing to do, so the earlier that treatment is considered, the better.

 

Achieving Great Acoustics in Auditoriums

Achieving great auditorium acoustics is difficult because — in layman’s terms — it requires a happy medium between the room sounding “alive” and sounding “dead.” Fortunately, at Acoustical Solutions, we are experts at perfecting auditorium acoustics.

We understand that with live performances (bands, orchestras, plays, speeches, etc.), words and notes need to ring clearly throughout the space. This increases sound quality and allows for the entire audience to better enjoy the performance. The problem is that there is a fine line between a pleasant ring and an echoic mess. If sound rings too much it quickly — and quite dramatically — reduces sound quality and the audience’s ability to hear clearly. Some frequencies may be effectively amplified by an untreated room!

The converse is true as well — too much absorption can result in an unnaturally anechoic, or “dead” room. While an RT60 time of less than one second may be desirable for critical listening environments like mixing or mastering studios, it is far too short for an auditorium.

 

 


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  • Packaging Details: Achieving Great Acoustics in Auditoriums Achieving great auditorium acoustics is difficult because — in layman’s terms — it requires a happy medium between the room sounding “alive” and sounding “dead.” Fortunately, at Acoustical Solutions, we are experts at perfecting auditorium acoustics. We understand that with live performances (bands, orchestras, plays, speeches, etc.), words and notes need to ring clearly throughout the space. This increases sound quality and allows for the entire audience to better enjoy the performance. The problem is that there is a fine line between a pleasant ring and an echoic mess. If sound rings too much it quickly — and quite dramatically — reduces sound quality and the audience’s ability to hear clearly. Some frequencies may be effectively amplified by an untreated room! The converse is true as well — too much absorption can result in an unnaturally anechoic, or “dead” room. While an RT60 time of less than one second may be desirable for critical listening environments like mixing or mastering studios, it is far too short for an auditorium. Reverberation and Echo in Auditoriums In any enclosed space including auditoriums, there are at least six hard, reflective surfaces. The floor is generally left untreated, as carpet, seats, and people absorb a tremendous amount of sound energy. However, walls and the ceiling are often flat, reflective drywall surfaces. When these surfaces are parallel to each other, they can, if you’ll pardon the expression, “amplify” sound problems in the space. Sound striking hard surfaces simply rebounds into the auditorium, causing longer reverberation times and flutter echo. This is distracting to both the listener and performer/presenter. Improving speech intelligibility and musical clarity is therefore imperative because without acoustical treatment, audiences will have a poor listening experience. Speech intelligibility is a necessary part of a functional auditorium. To hear properly, the reverbera
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