The best solution for engaging your live audience is something you do long before the night of the event: Make sure you have a sound system that is appropriate for the size of the room, acoustics of the room and size of the audience. Obviously, managing your costs is an important part of your planning process, but don’t scrimp on the sound system. When you invest in a good sound system, it will pay for itself many times over in the quality of your event. Here’s how sounds systems and lighting play a critical role in the success of your event….
With the right sound system you can:
1. Gain control of the room.
Your Master of Ceremonies can talk over a chattering crowd and when his or her voice actually “interrupts” their conversations, they’ll settle down.
2. Start on time and stay on time.
When you’re on time, your guests will donate more money, have a better overall experience, and will be more likely to return for your next event.
3. Hear the important information about your charity and the great work that you do.
4. Hear the auctioneer. When people can “hear” the auctioneer, they bid on the items. When they can’t hear the auctioneer, they don’t bid on the items. It’s pretty simple.