At Pro Video Audio we understand the effort that goes into making an event successful. We use our talents and experience to help relieve the stress and chaos that can possibly come with each event.
Sound systems come in all shapes and sizes and budgets. They range from off the shelf basic all-in-one systems to custom designed and planned systems to suit your specific needs. From extensive testing and qualification of speakers, to wiring, set-up and mixing, whatever you need, Pro Video Audio provides it professionally, reliably and affordably.
The staff at Pro Video Audio are experienced professionals with many years of experience working with national musical entertainers, corporate executives, and political figures.
We offer a great reputation of managing the schedule and keep all transitions and change-overs running smoothly. Our staff is very friendly, polite and understand the importance of your events Success, and will work with you in every way to achieve your goal.
We offer a great reputation of managing the schedule and keeping all transitions and change-overs running smoothly. Our staff is very friendly, polite, and understands the importance of your events success. Pro Video Audio Productions will work with you in every way to achieve your goal.
A sound reinforcement system for a rock concert in a stadium may be very complex, including hundreds of microphones, complex live sound mixing and signal processing systems, tens of thousands of watts of amplifier power, and multiple loudspeaker arrays, all overseen by a team of audio engineers and technicians.
Delay towers help propagate the sound coming out of the P.A. making the concert reach the outer edges of the arena with maximum sound quality.
We can provide backline gear because it speeds up the process of changing bands on a stage, because the gear does not have to be moved on and off the stage and then soundchecked again.
PVAP has many in house techs with years of experience in many genre. We also keep a list of freelance techs that meet to our standards.
Use zoning to cover a larger area such as an arena or large field.
It's fair to say that sound at festivals and larger venues has been revolutionised by the increased use of line arrays. Outdoor spaces are generally much less reflective than the great indoors, and while this is a good thing for sound quality and clarity, it means that the perceived sound levels can be lower.
Audience and room size are very important factors in choosing the PA – screen size is important for the video guys. We also need to know if the event is primarily a “talking head” type of meeting or if there will be video and audio content that they want to be able to “rock out” with. We’re able to see things coming and fix problems before they become catastrophic due in large part to the experience of our team and the quality of gear we use.