At TOA UK our technical team are highly skilled in the design and build of custom-made voice alarm and public address rack systems constructed in our workshop in Leatherhead.
From quotation to testing our team work on many specialised projects that ensure the end user can provide safe and reliable systems for their buildings.
Our bespoke racks are installed in applications from theatres to large entertainment arenas, sports stadiums and transport hubs, factories, office buildings and educational facilities – anywhere where the ability to be able to communicate quickly and effectively with people is paramount to safety and security whilst providing options such as background music.
It is our policy that any system that determines life safety must meet the highest standards. To ensure complete peace of mind we therefore provide a commissioning service after installation. Once a system is in place one of our experienced and trained engineers will visit site to do final configuration and set-up, test and commission and complete a final hand-over with the end-user.
We also provide post-installation support.
To find out more you can contact our technical team at technical(a)toa.co.uk
These two racks were specified for an arena with a capacity of approx. 11,000. The small rack, VX-3000 system, was designed to provide voice alarm for areas outside the main arena whilst the larger rack was specified for both evacuation and to provide pro audio using DA Amplifiers. for the main performance area.
Designed for a West End theatre with a seating capacity of 900+ this VX-3000 PA/VA system also has show relay.
Intended for a large food distribution centre. This PA system was created with an M-9000M2 digital mixer, P-2240 power amplifier for paging facilities and MD-200CTU CD/USB/SD-Card Audio Player. This provides public address options for staff communication and background music in a warehouse facility.
The N-8000, our integrated audio communication system, which provides multiple options for conversation, paging and background music broadcasting as well as emergency paging, audio triggering and other security functions was designed for a healthcare facility.