There is off course a perfect way to play background music and project the human voice evenly throughput the room with impressive sound quality, and that is to hire a professional PA and music system. Our PA system is extremely adaptable and can even be setup to distribute surround sound in awkward shaped rooms, for example ‘L’ shaped rooms, or even have sound in more than one room at the same time f your venue is full to capacity and not everyone can fit into the main room where the all important speeches will be held, not to mention the various announcements throughout the day. As regards to the music, our system comes with wedding breakfast music to suit, every song has been carefully selected and comes pre-installed and ready to play through our digital media player, no skipping CD’s, or windows updates and reboots to worry about. However, if you prefer to play a CD, the system has that facility too. Songs can be loaded using SD card or USB stick if you prefer to bring your own music, but we have the music covered to help make your day run perfect. The PA is also setup so that a simply flick of a switch will enable the microphone which comes complete with it’s own stand. The system is simple to use, but we can arrange to have someone control it for you at the key announcements if you prefer
For ceremony PA hire, we have a white DJ Booth and use a wireless speaker system which has proved very useful when compared the traditional wired system. It has helped us avoid placing speakers where they may obstruct the registrar, vicar or photographer and even enabled us to place speakers where normally it would have been impractical Before we started using the wireless system, we was presented with all kinds of issues, for example, the use of duck tape is not allowed in listed buildings, time to setup often takes up a great deal of time when cable is involved, or issues with hazards creation by trailing audio cables across busy walkways. Our wireless speaker system saves lots of time and avoids all the above-mentioned issues.