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What Does An Audio Visual (AV) System Do?


An AV system processes electronic media to produce sound and visual components for the purpose of amplification and/or enhancement.


AV services are widely used in entertainment systems for web streaming, live broadcast, musical concert and theatres. AV systems are also frequently used in education for video conferencing and class presentations. In religious organisations, AV systems are also used in church auditoriums and places of gathering. For residential homes, AV systems are used in karaoke and living rooms.


Apart from the equipment needed to be installed such as speakers, microphones, projectors, etc., the two elements that are crucial for all the equipment to work seamlessly and optimally are the wiring and system control.


1. Wiring


This involves identifying the right cables with the right rating, which is dependent on many factors such as frequency, distance to the racks and fire codes. Also, for aesthetic purposes and/or maintenance ease, wires may need to be kept out of sight or in an orderly manner.


Whether for aesthetics or maintenance ease, it is important that the integrity of the wire is never compromised, as this could affect transmission fluidity and quality.


2. System Control


This is the system/device that determines how all the installed equipment communicates. Various control systems are available in the market. Some AV control systems enable the user to control the AV system from the convenience of a touch screen tablet or keypad.


Our M&E Consultant Solutions


As M&E consultants, our solutions for AV systems include:

  • Proposing AV equipment
  • AV system design
  • Schematic diagram for AV system


Perunding JW is an M&E Consulting firm based in Malaysia. If you are looking for more information or resources, reach out to our team of engineers. We will gladly assist you. Visit our homepage or call us at +603 7955 5918.

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