Sound Reinforcement System

ARP uses several acoustics simulation and analysis tools and software packages to study the room acoustic properties of internal spaces. Computer modeling provides a more accurate analysis than traditional room acoustical analysis methods in large, irregular spaces and spaces where acoustics is an important design aspect.

Computed acoustics models are flexible tools that study different acoustic conditions allowing accelerated optimization to assess the effects of room volume, room shape and surface finishes on reverberation, echoes, speech intelligibility and activity noise levels.

ARP uses these acoustics models to carry out sound systems design thereby optimizing the selection of loudspeaker types, quantities, positions and configuration. ARP also uses system optimization software to tune and commission the sound systems once installed.