Food Restaurant AV Project
Following this we provided Atis with a replacement amp, (Bose Powershare 404A) and tested the system again. The amp kept shorting, therefore we had to investigate further.
After a good few hour’s taking each speaker down, we found that a screw from one of the speaker brackets hadn’t been tightened up underneath the mounting plate, therefore it was shorting out on the metal cable tray causing the whole system to short.
After tightening the screw, setting each speaker to 20w rather than 5w and remounting all of the speakers, we then buzzed the speakers out with our meter and the impedance was now correct and most importantly, no shorts on the system.
Fault finding is one of our key service call services and we have a proven track record of improving lots of business premises AV Systems when they stop working or have issues.
Food Restaurant AV Project Upgrade
During the service call – upgrade to the system we also installed a Bose CSP-428 and a CC-2D for volume control for local control away from the head end location for ease of use for the staff.
The restaurant had two inputs, one being a music player provider and another from PC. From the volume controller they had the option of selecting which source was the input.