A key part to outdoor public address systems is the commentator. They inform people as to what is taking place, they bring entrants and competitors into rings ready to show and they also give out the important health and safety notices and public safety announcements.
Our single tier commentary unit is designed around offering our customers the perfect platform to oversee the arenas and also the showground or venue where your event is taking place.
Our 20ft portable tower trailer is perfect for a remote speaker system on your event.
Able to take 5x 100v line speakers and be linked back to a commentary box. The trailer allows speakers to be winched up high into the air to cover a greater area giving a 360° span of speakers.
The trailer can be silent running if linked to a commentary box or ran on batteries if operating on its own. This system is ideal for car parks, paddocks
or horse lines and available to hire on a day or weekly hire rate. From £180 per day.
We can supply our single decker commentary box with varying speaker layouts to suit events and budgets.
Layout 1:- £280.00 per day
Prices include setup and dismantling.
Our commentary boxes are fitted with;-
If your event, such as an agricultural show or equestrian event takes place in a field where access to power is limited. The sound system on the box can run from battery power. Not only does this save you thinking about generators but it reduced cable runs to minimise health and safety risk.
Bar the noise from the speaker themselves. The unit is then in effect a silent Eco machine with no generator noise pollution. Battery power is often favored when the commentary unit is near horse lines and horse walks. If this would be preferential to you, get in touch with us to find out more.
Also available in a multi role format, this trailer can also be used as an mobile incident unit or mobile ticket booth. Perfect for events. To speak to us about hiring this commentary unit for your event or occasion, call us on 01834 889 180 or email us. Available to hire not only across South Wales but around the UK.