What is called “outdoor” is any area that may be exposed, permanently or temporarily, to water, rain, saturated humidity and/or wind. An indoor swimming pool will, for example, be considered as an outdoor space.
We offer sound and image broadcasting solutions in outdoor zones adapted to their environments and destinations. From the discreet diffusion of low-level background music around swimming pools and terraces, to permanent equipment to add sound to a private or public performance space. For video distribution systems, we recommend to use technologies adapted to the intended use: For outdoor home use: Hi definition LED sreens for the day and video projectors for the nightFor professional use, such as digital signage or outdoor entertainment, outdoor LED screens remain the most suitable solution.All our systems can indeed be installed in a private or professional environment.
Outdoor audio systems
The audio distribution system must always be perfectly adapted to its destination :
Volume to sonorise & acoustic environment of the system
Desired sound level and sound quality
Daily expected duration of use
The two major destination families are :
Outdoor background music systems
Architectural speakers (almost) invisible
Traditional wall speakers
In/On ceiling or suspended speakers
Floor standing speakers
Outdoor shows & sound animations systems
Le système de diffusion audio doit toujours être parfaitement adapté à sa destination, son usage :
Systems for Outdoor Home Entertainment
Outdoor Audio & Video systems
or the outdoor Home Theater and Home Concert
Have you ever dreamed to watch the Wimbledon tournament or the Monaco Grand Prix on a giant screen in your garden around a garden party with your friends ? This during the day or the night, in a sound environment close to that prevailing on the courses or the circuits... as if you were there.
Outdoor video displays
Outdoor Home video entertainment
Prolonged exposure to video entertainment (film, concert, sport, documentary, etc.) requires the use of much more efficient equipment than in commercial animation. This of course for the pleasure provided by the quality of the image, but, above all, to avoid any eye fatigue.
The main criterias to consider to choose the right system are :
The definition adapted to the size of the image and the spectators's distance from the screen
A brightness and contrast adapted to ambient light
The refresh rate of the image
As no technology is currently capable of going from the low luminosity necessary for night shows to the very high luminosity imposed by daytime shows, especially in tropical environments, it is necessary to choose the technology (projection or LED) best suited for each use :
Videoprojection for the night
Giant LED screens for the day
Outdoor video show displays
*Even if they are impressive by the brilliance and the dynamics of the broadcasted images, they are not intended to be watched for more than a few minutes. They are not built to deliver natural but “spectacular” images so It does not require the use of equipment as efficient as in home entertainment.*
*Medium-definition giant LED screens are sufficient for this function.*