Audio visual system design (abbreviated as A/V) is a broad and complicated topic. Effective A/V systems must both work well and deliver long-lasting value. An effective A/V system is the result of a complex blend of audio, video, lighting, data, acoustics, lighting, electrical power and infrastructure to support the technologies and systems. The best A/V systems arise from early collaboration between the investor, the AV system designer, A/V contractor and architects, facilities managers, IT professionals, engineers and anyone else who plays a role in creating functional spaces. Initial collaboration should help you to have an A/V system to adapt both on present-day use and potential use in the future. If an A/V system is too complex, it will either not be used or users will not get convenient and useful. Need to analyze who will be operating your AV system and operation method to ensure the A/V system designed, installed to make sure that the usability of your equipment matches the skill level of your operators. The best A/V systems combine cutting – edge technology with durable, low maintenance components.
However, regardless of the where, when, and how, there’s one thing that can certainly be said about A/V system, it’s extremely important that a client contacts an A/V integrator with the necessary experience and background. This should be done as early into the process as possible. Without the help of an A/V integrator in choosing equipment, will have potential problems to invest A/V system with mismatched and expensive equipment but it can’t be used effectively, get wasted, rather than a set of useful tools that helps your company to use daily.
HOPNHAT has a specialized, and experienced and knowledge engineer team in A/V system in both consulting, designing, installing and system configuring. We bring the complexity of A / V technology into our integrated system by creating an easy-to-use and simple system for end users.
Depending on the size of the project, an A / V system usually includes the following component systems: