Learn why 70-volt distributed speaker systems are often the best solution for commercial and institutional buildings.
The music system you hear at your favorite restaurant is designed differently than the audio system you have at home. This short video explains the differences, and shows why if you want TV audio and music at your place of business, a well-designed commercial audio system is the way to go.
This guide will prepare you to work with a system designer to select the commercial speakers that best meet your needs.
Sonos offers business owners an easy-to-install and easy-to-use wireless music system that can play licensed, legal music for customers.
See how Crutchfield designed a 70-volt commercial audio system to meet the needs of a business that combines a garden center, café, and special events venue.
Commercial audio amps work a little differently than those we are used to at home, and you may have to modify a stereo connection to make a mono connection at the back of the commercial amplifier. Our expert shows you how in this video.
Commercial audio amplifiers are different from those you use in your home, and you'll need to modify your balanced XLR cables in order to make a connection. Our expert shows you how in this video.
Wiring speakers in a commercial system is different from wiring your home system. Commercial 70-volt amplifiers are designed to distribute sound in multiple zones in your bar, restaurant, or other commercial setup. Our expert shows you how to wire your commercial speakers in parallel in this video.
One advantage of a well-designed commercial system is that if you want to add a source down the line, like a paging microphone or an iPad, you can do so. Your commercial system is designed with future expansion in mind. This short video walks you through the process of adding a source.