The large streams of audience are to be guided with announcements. Drop off search messages and emergency calls are made as well. This is only possible with a public address system that provides a high level of speech intelligibility. Ceiling speakers are usually employed in such cases, but they can deliver a poor job in reverberant exhibition halls. Careful design work incorporating room acoustics is necessary to provide the public with information at all times.
Between 2005 and 2008, ADA carried out the room- and electroacoustics planning works for the construction of the museum called Sukkah. Since 2016, we have been working on room and building acoustics planning for the Children's Museum.
From 2003 to 2006 extensive planning work was carried out for the audio and video equipment of all permanent exhibition spaces. Also, the cinema located in the museum was planned in terms of room acoustics.
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