Mirage Audio Visual - Audio

By: Mirage Audio Visual  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Venues


We offer a number of different systems, all dependent on the size and nature of the venue and the source to be played through the speakers.

Conference Audio involves speakers set up on stands in venues where there isn't time, budget or roof height to hang them.  While not ideal, the right audio technician can EQ a stand-mounted system to ensure good levels of audio reach every guest. 

Distributed Audio is a system (commonly used in conference situations in larger venues) that is ceiling mounted across the space, making it easier to give a consistent level of sound to all areas of the room.

We also supply concert audio - for indoor or outdoor events and festivals, we have systems to cover the largest venues, for band audio (stacks either side of stage) or where an even sound distribution for music is required (hung Line Array), we supply it all. 

Keywords: Venues

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