When it comes to school halls, it’s important to opt for an audio, video and control setup that is specifically designed for a larger space, and one that can be used to host a wide variety of events.
For example, flat-panel displays are an increasingly popular option in school halls with 4K UHD screens being used by many to view various types of digital media and content, including films, videos, and lyrics. The ability to share content from devices such as laptops and tablets can also make this a useful tool for presentations. The introduction of tablets can allow users to control the main display from anywhere in the room.
Projectors continue to be a popular choice in school halls, however, it’s important to understand your environment before choosing a projector and a projection screen. Considerations include whether there is a lot lighter in the room, how big the projector needs to be so that everyone can comfortably see what is being presented, what are the maintenance requirements of the projector, and so on. A laser projector could be a good investment here, offering high brightness and a long lifecycle, often making them a wise longer-term investment.
When it comes to audio, key tools will include microphones, amplifiers, ceiling or wall-mounted subwoofers and possibly even a larger PA system complete with a mixing desk, depending on the size of the space and the scale of the events it is designed to host.