“True Sound Hire”: Surrey's Premier PA sound & lighting hire company

08 Apr 2016 06:29

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PA system or a public address system, and also known as a sound reinforcement system is an electronic amplification system and distribution system with a microphone, amplifier and loudspeakers, used to allow a person to address a large public. Simple PA systems are often used in small venues such as school auditoriums, churches, and small bars. If you have more advanced live sound needs but are looking for more portable options. PA systems with many speakers are widely used to make announcements in public, institutional and commercial buildings and locations. You can find powered mixing boards and powered speakers that have integrated power amps, making a standalone power amp unnecessary. Intercom systems, installed in many buildings, have microphones in many rooms allowing the occupants to respond to announcements.
True Sound Hire, is a dedicated sound hire company based in Surrey. They make sure that their engineers are highly experienced, trained and passionate about what they do. They always strive to ensure the customers satisfaction & believe in giving the customer what they want at a reasonable & competitive rate. There are pa hire surrey based sound hires companies about but they believe in being different & offering that little more than your usual rental company…. http://www.truesoundhire.co.uk/
Whether your event is a conference, exhibition, school play, live gig, festival or large scale dance event, they can always guarantee to help. They offer a free site visit to all venues in Surrey and London which guarantees you to get the right hire equipment and production needed for your event. If you do have band or DJ playing they are happy to talk with them direct making sure no stone goes unturned. They also offer a free site visit to all venues in Surrey & London which guarantees you get the right hire equipment and production needed for your event.
They offer you a huge range of different PA system from simple & small conference setups to larger sound packages for DJ’s & live wedding bands. Using speakers with average sensitivity, a rock band playing in a medium-sized club will need around 1,500 watts, whereas a pop group might need between 250-750 watts. Their equipments are regularly tested and inspected before it is allowed to go out on hire, they service all amps, mixing desks, and DJ equipment every six months to ensure the consistently.

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