Unique Jobs for Unique Customers


 Unique Bespoke Audio Visual Installations Norfolk & East Anglia 

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meeting room control
Aerial system for comet
AV rack for office
AV office Hub
office projector
Office 4 zone audio
Office Audio Norfolk
Office bespoke systems
Court room projection
Meeting room AV Norwich
Meeting room Projection
Meeting room systems
Large Meeting rooms
Display Projectors
presentation room AV
Meeting room with Mic's
Interactive systems norwich
Special Needs School AV
Automated wall controllers
Boardrooms Norwich norfolk
Recessed projector screen
Boardroom Projector Install
Boardroom track system
Bespoke Meeting rooms
Screen De-rig Norfolk
Outdoor Displays Norfolk
Massive display Norwich
Large Screen Norfolk
100v Commercial Audio
commercial audio rack
commercial audio rack fr
Department store Audio System
Sensory room Norfolk
Sensory Room Marham
Sensory room
RAF Cinema System
4 Zone Restaurant Audio
Holt RFC AV system
Holt RFC Wall controls
Holt RFC AV cabinet
Clubhouse AV system Holt
Holt Rugby Club

Unique Jobs with Unique customers pretty much sums it up, in all the years and 1000’s of audio visual installations no two jobs are the same. It’s what keeps us interested and motivated in what we do, customers come to us with an idea of what the want for a meeting room or boardroom usually, we will then advise option like a small room controller with all on, source and volume upend down this means the remotes can be removed from the room and any one can use the system without training.

For the police HQ gym system we automated the whole system with intelligent sourcing, just plug into any wall plate or turn on the DVD and the system automatically displays picture and sound with multiple microphones for full presentation use.

One if the most unusual jobs we were asked to do was to de-install a huge TV screen at on of our local shopping centres, and when we say large we mean it, at 6m across and 4m down with a weight of around 2 tonnes it presented a rather large challenge. With road closure and working through the night to remove bolts and welds, the screen that was mounted on 3 massive 7m RSJ beams was finally lifted onto a low load lorry and driven off into the distance.