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Rossco Ltd. registered in England no. 3442505. VAT registered no. 700277961.
Client feedback from recent events using white loudspeaker systems
We have recently invested in a large and versatile stock of white loudspeakers to cater for weddings, art galleries, private residences, and any event where white is aesthetically preferable to black.
Rossco is closely involved with advising on sound system design, producing noise management plans, monitoring the actual events and submitting post-event reports.
Much as we love the sight of high-quality loudspeaker enclosures, it is more often than not that the client has no desire to see them, and they must be hidden or disguised into the scenery or set.
It is a common fear that music at events will be ‘too loud’ for the audience, with warnings that the audience are ‘quite elderly’, and ‘It’s not Wembley Stadium, you know’.
Health and Safety at Work law gives employers a maximum daily allowance of noise energy to which employees can be exposed to avoid irreversible hearing damage.
A recent survey conducted by an acoustics student at the Institute of Acoustics has revealed that the noisiest stretch of tube line in London is the Piccadilly Line between Bounds Green and Southgate.
A new relationship has been scientifically established between the acoustic characteristics of a room and the maximum number of people talking in it before it becomes too noisy to entertain any more.
To honour our commitment to deliver ‘the best’, we have been researching new products and investing in new lines.
Clients request this, but what does it actually mean?
Here is the simplified answer to this question!
If an echo is less that 1/30th second, the brain eliminates it and hears only one sound image
If loudspeakers are not time-aligned people can get a terrible echoey experience as the same sound arrives at their ears at different times from different loudspeakers.
A research team has found that the longer adults have spent learning a musical instrument in their youth, the faster their brain cells respond to noise.
A short video that explain how sound affects us physiologically, psychologically, cognitively and behaviourally
When you understand how humans react to sound and the drugs that the body releases in response, it helps you create sound experiences that create positive reactions.
We experience sound from within the womb continuously until we die, even when we are asleep.
We design soundscapes like a three-dimensional work of art...