PUBLIC ADDRESSABLE SYSTEM

PUBLIC ADDRESSABLE SYSTEM

A public address system (PA system) is an electronic sound amplification and distribution system that includes a microphone, amplifier, and loudspeakers and is used to allow someone to address a large audience, such as when making announcements in busy and huge airport and rail terminals.

Components:

Speakers:

It amplifies the perceived volume (loudness) of a person's voice, a musical instrument, or any other acoustic sound source, as well as the volume of recorded music or sound. Any public setting where an announcer, performer, etc. must be audible enough from a distance or over a significant area uses PA systems.

Amplifier:

The largest family of varied audio equipment is the power amplifier. Its main job is to boost the weaker audio equipment signal input and produce enough current to drive the speaker and reproduce the sound.

Microphones:

It amplifies the perceived volume (loudness) of a person's voice, a musical instrument, or any other acoustic sound source, as well as the volume of recorded music or sound.

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