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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.
Let's say you want your TVs to be louder in your bar area than your speakers in the dining area. How do you do it? A well-designed commercial audio system makes it simple to tailor the audio to your particular space. Find out how in this short 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.
See the extensive audio-video system Crutchfield designed to meet the needs of a venue that features a bar area, dining room, patio, and a live music stage.
The Graduate Hotel Charlottesville needed a flexible sound system. A Crutchfield system designer came up with the perfect solution.
The Crutchfield-designed audio/video system fills the restaurant with great sound but doesn't overwhelm conversation. It includes weatherproof speakers for the patio.
Crutchfield designed a powerful sound system to pump up the volume for a summer league baseball team.