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How to Choose the Right Portable PA System

by Simon Walsh on February 02, 2017

For a wide range of groups, organisations and individuals, a Portable PA (Public Address) System is a very useful piece of equipment to have on hand. Any organisation that regularly holds presentations, functions, musical performances, fetes, assemblies – such as schools or sporting groups will know how important a reliable Portable PA system can be. Finding the right Portable PA system can be a tough task with so many different specifications, options and sizes available. Consider the following factors when deciding on your Portable PA system and remember that one system may not cover all your requirements. Is Mains Power..

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Is there any sound worse than the one created by feedback from a Portable PA System? You know the sound, a ringing noise or terrible squealing or screeching. It’s something that you very commonly hear over Portable Public Address Systems, but it’s one that can very much be avoided with just a little bit of preparation and placement of the PA System components. Before we get to these steps, you should know that if you are the speaker and you hear that awful screech, placing your hand over the mic will not dampen the sound, and will in fact just make it worse.

Happy New Year - that means its 2015 and the 'Digital Dividend' is now here. So what does it mean for wireless microphone users? Revised regulations will mean that wireless mics currently operating on radio waves in the 694-820 MHz range will no longer be operable from the start of 2015. From this date, the 694 - 820 MHz range will be used to supply advanced 4G mobile broadband services and wireless microphones are not to be operated if within this range. The ACMA have produced the video below to provide an overview of the changes. So the question now..

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Portable PA for Larger Events

by Simon Walsh on October 29, 2014

Communicating to larger audiences or at events such as sports days or athletics carnivals can often prove difficult – especially when getting mains power can be difficult in an outdoor environment. Often one PA speaker may not be enough or you need extended range and coverage. Talk Audio Visual have the ideal solution - the PA-200W Events Package. This impressive Portable Public Address package is suitable for larger events such as sports days, carnivals, presentations, ANZAC Day etc.The great value package is based on the high performance Promic PA-200W Portable PA System. It features a 200W max power output through..

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THE DIGITAL DIVIDEND AND CHANGES TO REGULATION TO WIRELESS MICROPHONE USAGEFrom the first of January 2015, a part of the UHF spectrum currently used for wireless microphones will be reserved for mobile voice and data applications. Consequently, no Wireless Microphones or In Ear Monitor systems will be able to operate between 694 MHz and 820 MHz.From the first of January 2015, your Wireless Microphones and In Ear Monitor systems will need to operate on frequencies not used by TV stations, but operate between 520 MHz and 694 MHz. This will ensure your systems operate reliably and that you stay within..

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