How to Set Up an Ideal Video Conferencing System

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Video conferencing components are quickly becoming some of the most important technologies in the business world. The ability to swiftly and effectively communicate with employees or clients anywhere in the world means that you can expand your reach without wasting any time. Utilizing the best that commercial AV has to offer, you can optimize your Los Angeles, CA video conferencing system. Audio One has been an automation industry leader for almost two decades. We know adding these smart technologies can be confusing, daunting, and a big investment, so partner with us: a trusted team of professionals. To learn some tips for selecting your components and building your system, read on. 

Choose Your Video Display

One of the first decisions that you’ll need to make is your video display, and that means choosing between a television screen or a projector and screen.

A projector is ideal for a larger conference room because it can create a larger video display. We would suggest finding a 4K projector for the best picture quality possible. One potential issue with projectors is that they tend to be more sensitive to light. Consider finding a screen that rejects light and automated blackout shades to mitigate that problem, especially if your conference room has many windows.

On the other hand, a 4K television would tend to display a crisper image than the projector. You can also find a screen with glare defense to reduce the effect of the sun. However, televisions tend to be a more expensive and can’t display as large of an image as a projector.

Invest in Audio

A high-quality audio system can go a long way to improving communication during a video conferencing session. Finding the right commercial AV equipment is only one piece of the puzzle since installation is just as important to performance.

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How to Attract Customers to Your Palm Beach Store

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As a Florida business owner, you want to do all you can to set your space apart. One tool that you could be missing is commercial AV and automation. With smart technology, you can find novel ways to bring in customers. From smart signs to a strong audio system, you can utilize these devices to make your retail space unique and more interactive. To learn more, continue reading. 

Digital Signs

Before your customers even enter the door, you want to be interacting with them. If you place digital signage outside of your establishment, you can do just that. These are usually screens with a revolving series of images or videos. As the business owner, you can change the image at any time through a computer or smartphone--even if you aren’t in the building.

Unlike traditional signage, you can change these images every day--or even throughout the day--to best reflect what’s happening in your store. If you suddenly decide that you want to offer a special, you can advertise that without having to wait for the sign to be created. You can also incorporate videos or surveys to engage any potential customers walking by.

Audio

The right sound can help establish the tone of your business. You can play the music that best reflects your goods and services as well as what speaks to your customers. But, whatever you play, you’ll want a strong audio system. Work with an audio professional, like Audio One, to map out the acoustics of your space, and decide on equipment. We can help develop a system that utilizes streaming services that you can adjust through your smartphone. Then, you can play what you like and easily make changes depending on the time of day.

If you’re worried about bulky equipment taking up too much room, we know how to properly integrate the audio equipment. You can use hidden technologies, like speakers installed directly into the wall or in the ceiling, to maintain your aesthetics while optimizing your audio.

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