Being heard, but not seen: that’s the goal of every Clear Sound installation.
Our systems are unobtrusively integrated into their environment, providing clear, intelligible sound while leaving the focus on the speaker – not the loudspeaker.
Each installation is as individual as a fingerprint. Perhaps your existing sound system just doesn’t sound very good anymore, although you don’t know why. Perhaps you’re building or designing a brand new space and you need a professional who knows how to work seamlessly with other contractors on your behalf to help with the sound and visual systems. Perhaps your needs have changed since its original design. Perhaps you’d like to take advantage of expanding technology, such as integrating TVs or web cameras or presentation projectors in your system, but don’t know where to begin. Perhaps your historic building needs a new audio and video system, but it’s important that all that technology fits in unobtrusively. Perhaps you know exactly what you want right now, but want to make sure your plans include some versatility for your changing needs.
Clear Sound has extensive experience in handling all these situations, in addition to many more. Clear Sound is also a dealer for more than 200 of the world’s best audio and video manufacturers, so Clear Sound has the resources and experience customers are looking for.
Each installation begins with a complimentary on-site visit. Then Clear Sound technicians listen to what you’d like to do, evaluate your space, and design a solution customized to your needs, budget and timeline. Then Clear Sound's installation team, which has more than 30 years’ experience, will expertly install your new system, train you and your staff in its use, and provide ongoing support.
Talk to us – we’d love to hear about your project, and help you explore the possibilities for new systems or expand the utility of existing systems.
Every year, tens of thousands of fans crowd into the historic Franklin Field stadium at the University of Pennsylvania to enjoy the Penn Relays: a fast-paced track and field event that has been a Penn institution since 1894.
Cokesbury Village, an ACTS Retirement Community located in nearby Hockessin, Delaware came to Clear Sound for the installation of a surround sound system in their 250 seat auditorium. Cokesbury Village is accredited by the CARF-CCRAC, which is the highest recognition a retirement community can reach.
Doylestown United Methodist Church, located 40 miles outside of Philadelphia chose Clear Sound to complete their video display system upgrades. Clear Sound engineers decided that the WrapAround Clarion screens by Draper would best serve the congregation as they allow for the image to extend from edge to edge. The congregation didn’t want to see black frame on yellow walls.
Intimate, natural-sounding dialogue in a sold-out theater. Crisp, intelligible announcements in a packed stadium. Exhilarating lights and music at an outdoor summer festival. A stirring sermon reaching every corner of a cavernous church.
Sounds like the work of Clear Sound - the Delaware Valley's best full-service audio, video and lighting company.