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Client Needs and Objectives:
Systems consulting begins with an in-depth fact-finding discussion
of our client's communication or entertainment system needs and
objectives. Throughout these discussions, one of our goals is to
completely understand our client's expectations, with respect to
what they believe an installed communication or entertainment
system will provide. We then work to conceptualize an affordable
solution that will satisfy their needs, objectives, and expectations.
Discovery / Review of Architectuals / Site Visit:
This phase of Commercial Audio's Consultation, is for compiling
all the details that will be involved. It includes discussions with
project architects, mechanical engineers, electrical engineers,
and contractors who are working on the project. From time-to time
site visits are made when verification is needed of dimentions, or
Field Tests / Simulations:
Whether it's a boardroom audio-visual system, sound reinforcement
for a house of worship, background music at a restaurant, or public
address at a sports facility, it's standard proceedure to acoustically
and visually measure every environment for calculation accuracy.
This process is our assurance of success at providing the best
advice and solution specifications. Typically, when consulting and
designing sound systems, we make in-field measurments, if possible.
If the project is under construction, or still on the drafting board,
we use TEF and Modler computer aided simulations to determine
the best type of equipment and calculate it's optimum location.
Presentation / Recommendations / Documents:
Based on the information available, and in conjunction with our
measurments and calculations, we produce a report recommending
a system design. Our report includes all specifications and is
inclusive of manufacturer data sheets for products that meet
the design criteria. When the decision is made to install our
system, we produce all required construction drawings.
They include any mechanical submissions, power specifications,
low-voltage conduit requirements, outlet and pullbox locations,
communication equipment locations, general construction notes,
and a scope of work detailing the desired installation results.