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Sound Events caters for modern and top-of-the-line announcement public address hire. Sometimes referred to as ‘Tannoy’ systems, these powerful loudspeakers are mounted by our sound engineers at various heights and in various configurations, and will provide outstanding coverage both outdoors and in. Please note, we can also provide PA equipment for music or theatre performance.
With capability to cover thousands of square meters, public announcement systems are a vital part of sporting and music events, county shows, exhibitions, and fetes. Sound Events carries high-end horns and amplifiers that will distribute the voice of a commentator, announcer, or site safety officer consistently and clearly across large distances. Microphones can be provided in wired and wireless configurations, and announcers can work either from existing site buildings, or in purpose built 3x3m commentary marquees that reduce ambient noise and distraction.
Public address systems are also a vital instrument for crowd control, information dissemination, and crisis management. Sound Events can deploy necessary amounts of public address at very short notice to sports grounds, railway stations, road closures, car parks, shopping centres, visitor attractions, factories, hospitals, and all manner of other industrial or commercial installations. In situations where the audible projection of information is required at short notice, our system can be deployed and run from just a single 4×4 or other vehicle – without the need for a commentary box or structure. For inhospitable locations, a generator can be organised so that public announcement can be implemented without a national grid connection.
Contact us today to discuss your public address or public announcement needs. We can offer this solution across Devon, Cornwall, Somerset, Dorset and the South West – including Exeter, Bristol, Plymouth, Truro, Barnstaple, Taunton and Yeoville.