Every solution is made up of several components, each of them selected for a particular space, purpose and seating arrangement. For small collaborative spaces, there may not be a need for dedicated sound equipment, as a display’s onboard speakers will usually provide enough sound. In instances where it does not, a mobile “pod” can amplify sound enough for everyone to hear.
Of course, this is an inadequate solution for larger spaces, and this is where A/V solutions ramp up in complexity. For larger collaborative spaces, A/V solutions typically include:
- Speakers arranged for optimal dispersion
- Microphones arranged for optimal clarity
- Sound masking technology
- Sound processing equipment and software