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Need assistance on audio setup

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Our office is planning to procure audio-video equipment. I was task to find some specs for that matter... we will install it on a Hall with an 80 square meter floor area... need some help on what to buy like what kind of amplifiers? how many speakers for that certain area?....

Thank you very much in advance....

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Hi An2nymous07

For office system AV gear, your best bet is talk to a decent AV company. If they are any good will send out a guy to do up a quote on supply and install. It shouldn't cost you for the quote. Go to at least 2 companies, and compare prices. The reason you need to do this, is the price ranges from a few hundred dollars, to $200,000. The price is set by exactly what you want to to do, and the performance you need,

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Posted on Jul 04, 2008

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