Public Address System

Public Address System

Public Address System

Signellent’s Public Address system offers a simple method of information and entertainment dissemination to the masses while offering exceptional scalability and configuration options. Operating via an IP network allows for complete flexibility of system use, including dynamic grouping of PA zones, with no limit on the number of groups or the number of zones within a group. This allows users the ability to design site-specific IP PA systems ensuring total audio coverage across all buildings, areas and/or precincts.

The use of a digital signal processor allows total user control of the PA system. Users have the flexibility to broadcast background music to a number of selected PA zones, while making an audio announcement to other individual or selected zones simultaneously.

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Signellent’s IP Public Address system has been designed for use across various market applications that require communication with the masses. Our Internet Protocol based PA system has the ability to broadcast live and pre-recorded messages, tones, bells or alarms to one or multiple PA zones.

With a traditional Public Address system, the voice, music & sound is transported via dedicated cabling. This means that the cabling 'fixes' the individual components of the system (eg. speakers, microphones and system equipment). With an Internet Protocol based Public Address system, we are free from dedicated fixed cabling, providing promise for much more flexible and integrated commercial IP audio solutions. In an IP environment it could be as simple as unplugging and re- plugging the system at the new location. It ensures deployment and installation flexibility to any network point, including wireless – and even multi-site (eg. Announcement can be done to Different buildings in a campus, sitting in any of the buildings or in a control room.) Components connected to the system are mostly configured by software, this can be done locally or (with security enabled login) or remotely from the network. Login can be from the same building, site, or anywhere you can gain access to the network. Some of the more important system components are also capable of providing various logging events, and system management status. Device and zonal mapping, including software driven audio files and levels are examples of the sort of capabilities that an IP PA system can provide.



Live PA announcements. Also prerecorded, time scheduled audio message, tone, alarm and bell distribution.


Multiple simultaneous streams of background music can be distributed throughout the system at each zone.


Dynamic grouping of PA zones, with no limit on the number of groups or the number of zones within a group.


Optional ambient noise sensing microphones provide Automatic Level Control (ALC) across the system.


Features dynamic grouping of PA zones, with no limit on the number of groups or the number of zones within a group ensuring complete system scalability.


System size and design flexibility plus time and zones scheduling, the ability to create detailed announcement files and dynamic grouping of PA zones.


The ability to connect devices anywhere on the network and RTP Transmission protocol used for delivering audio over the system.


Seamless integration to many leading 3rd party system including building & security management, CCTV, access control and telephony.


The Jacques IP PA system has the added ability to monitor and interrogate the system for faults via the network.