Multiroom Audio

By: Crossover  11/07/2011
Keywords: Music, installation, audio visual

Today’s technology enables the broadcast of audio around an entire site from one central location. You can control each zone independently, choosing the volume and what’s playing in each area with as much ease as if the equipment were right next to you. Not only does this reduce the expenditure on separate systems, it also removes the need for equipment storage in each area.

These systems can also be extensively customised, including automated scheduling (so that, for example, at certain times of the day, music is played in certain areas, at a specific volume, and from certain playlists). Additionally, they can be integrated with public announcement systems and fire alarms – so you only need one set of loudspeakers for all three functions.

In each location or ‘zone’, control options range from full-colour, wireless, hand-held touch panels to simple on-wall volume controls.

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