Beginners' guide to a SoundRanger PA system
Please forgive us if what follows is obvious to you, but many of our customers have a very limited understanding of sound amplification and they appreciate a step by step explanation of how our systems work.
For the purposes of explanation, let us assume that we have a person speaking (the lecturer) and that he is addressing a group of people (the audience). His voice is not loud enough to be heard adequately by the whole audience. He therefore needs a means of making his voice louder so that everyone will hear.
To do this he will need a public address system (PA system), which consists of a number of component parts.
A SoundRanger PA system is made up of the following components:
1. a radio-microphone: This will pick up the sound of the lecturer's voice and transmit it in the form of a tiny electrical signal by radio waves (no wires or cables) to:
2. a radio-receiver :This will receive and decipher the radio waves and pass the small electrical signal to:
3. a power amplifier: This will magnify the small electrical signal into a much more powerful signal and pass it on to:
4. a loudspeaker: This will change back the electrical signal into sound (the lecturer's voice) and will broadcast it to the audience at a much louder level.
The good news is that items 2, 3 and 4 are all connected together inside one small cabinet, and there are no wires or cables to worry about.
You will see from the above that, at its simplest, a SoundRanger PA system consists of just two products: a radio-microphone and a small cabinet containing the rest of the components. For convenience the cabinet is referred to in our product list as an "amplifier", but it is actually a radio-receiver, a power amplifier and a loudspeaker, all in one box. There are no wires or cable to connect; you just switch on both items and talk!
If you have any questions or are ready to place an order, please contact SoundRanger