Large rooms make it difficult to hear, which causes strain on both the presenter and the listeners. In-room amplification uses microphones and speakers to amplify the voice of a presenter so that their words are clearly audible from any point in the room. The acoustics of each room are different, due to the shape and construction materials, so each room needs its own calibration and treatments. Shanix will provide expert analysis to ensure that all your attendees can fully participate.
The prevalence of lecture capture has been on the rise over the past several years, especially now as the world turns to focus on distance learning and reduced class sizes. Those early adopters are now also capable of live streaming with the same devices. While the recording and publishing of class lectures cannot fully replace traditional in-class interaction, it does provide excellent supplementary material for study or as a prerequisite for participating in class discussions.
With mask-wearing becoming standard practice in public, one of the top complaints is the difficulties of both hearing and being heard while speaking. This problem is compounded in lecture halls and as we socially distance in larger rooms. A sound system designed for video conferencing turns the entire room into a speakerphone that will let people speak at a comfortable volume and automatically compensates for differences in volume.