Courthouse AV Systems

Solutions for more effective production, distribution, and management of court records.

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Courthouse AV Systems

From sound reinforcement in the courtroom, to individual jury member displays, poor audio or fuzzy video shouldn’t be tolerated in today’s courthouses. Audio, video and control systems have become a critical component of courtroom proceedings. Whether the need is to control the system easily, distribute content to multiple displays, record multiple channels of audio, playback audio in the courtroom, add a language translation system or speech masking system, we are here to help.

COURTHOUSE AV SYSTEMS

Courtroom Audio

Screeching feedback in the courtroom is unacceptable, and a sound system that does this should be thrown out!  Audio in the courtroom, as well as recorded courtroom audio files should be without hums and buzzes often heard through poorly installed sound systems.  We pride ourselves on providing the best quality, clean and clear audio the sound system can produce. The jury and audience should be able to make out every word spoken during a hearing.

COURTHOUSE AV SYSTEMS

Sound Masking

The jury and the audience are not privy to conversations had in sidebar, and properly installed masking systems should provide this privacy.  Often part of the sound system, masking can be routed to the necessary speaker zones when the bench conference mode is desired with the simple press of a button. 

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Assisted Listening

When an interpreter is needed to communicate in another language, a wireless system provides comfort and ease of use for listeners wearing the headsets.  The interpreter’s microphone can be routed to the courtroom, or to the listening headsets with the simple press of a button by the interpreter.

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Video Distribution

The evidence has proven; high definition is here to stay, with digital video distribution systems making it possible to easily share high definition content from any type of device.  With the ability to preview the content on a touchscreen control display, the court has control over the content to be seen by the jury or the audience.  Instead of fumbling around with old remote controls, Automation of the displays can save time, provide visual confirmation of the display’s status, and even provide additional controls often not found on the remote control.