There are very few different ways to set up the sound at a wedding ceremony. If done incorrectly, this could have a huge effect on the experience during the ceremony as well as when you're at home browsing through your wedding photos.
Here are our top 5 secretes to note when setting up at a ceremony
1 - Early setup. The setup should be complete before the first guest arrives.
2 - Speakers should be out of sight. The last thing you want to see in your wedding photo's is a massive speaker blocking your very expensive view.
3 - Cordless Microphones are essential. Along the same lines as point 1, you want to eliminate any visible cables as much as possible
4 - Trunking. Trunking is a piece of plastic the covers cables. A lot of wedding ceremonies take place on the grass, where it isn't possible to duct tape your cables, this is where the trunking comes in. The last thing we want is for the bride to trip while she's walking down the aisle.
5 - Backup equipment. Unfortunately, working with a large amount of technology, there is always the off chance that a cable can be faulty or a microphone could break. This is why we arm our DJs with enough backup equipment to make sure everything runs smoothly.
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