The municipality of Norristown needed an updated sound system for their council chambers which is used for training, presentations and meetings. The original system was over 20 years old and was not intelligible.
The new system features a Shure discussion system which provides each council member with their own gooseneck microphone and individual loudspeaker.
A simple “talk” button allows each person to turn their microphone on or off. The audience area is reinforced by Community ENTASYS column loudspeakers, powered by a QSC amplifier and processed by an Atlas digital signal processor.
The system also features assisted listening, recording capabilities and wireless microphones.
A Barco projector was also added to the system with ClickShare which enables anyone to wirelessly transmit video to the projector from anywhere in the room.