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We’re hiring!

We have an exciting opportunity for a Service Engineer to join our team. B.L.Acoustics Ltd operate within multiple areas of the audio industry but primarily within the Public Address & Voice Alarm sector. We are looking for an enthusiastic and well-organised individual who has proven skills in fault finding, diagnosing and resolving technical problems. You […]

We have moved!

We have moved our offices and workshop facilities to a brand new location.  B.L.Acoustics have been located in Eastways, Witham for over 25 years, but eventually we decided that the current set up and space was no longer working for the business which has continued to grow and evolve.  We have spent the last few months re-configuring and […]

8 reasons to maintain your Voice Alarm system

Voice alarm systems are life safety systems. As such, having a regular maintenance regime in place for your system is a necessary requirement.  If you need any more convincing then here are just a handful of reasons why… 1 – Faulty systems cost lives Most fire deaths are not caused by burns, but by smoke […]

Spotlight On: Voice Alarm in Tunnels

Lets face it.  A road tunnel is a pretty horrible place to be.  They are very inhospitable, not just to you and me but to sound signals too.  The acoustic environment within road tunnels is generally very active.  Due to the internal surfaces of the tunnel, which are hard with very low sound absorption coefficients, […]

Acoustic Treatment for Flitch Green Community Hall

Flitch Green is a civil parish in the Uttlesford district of Essex.. It consists of a new housing development built just outside the ancient village of Little Dunmow. The Community Hall is a multi-function venue consisting of a large main hall, 2 medium sized rooms for meetings or gatherings, multi sports court together with kitchen […]

Spotlight On: Speaker Line Monitoring

One of the major differences between a Public Address system and a Voice Alarm system is the need to monitor every part of the system for potential failure.  The most substantial and the most vulnerable part of a system is the loudspeaker circuits themselves.  There are a number of methods used by different manufacturers to monitor […]

Upgrading Euston Station, a new mezzanine and retail area

Euston is the fourth busiest station in London with more than 70m people using the station every year – as well as almost 40m rail passengers annually, a further 30m people use the station to shop, eat and drink as well as to access London Underground services. In 2015 Euston station was to undergo major […]

PAVA System Replacements at Large Conference Centre

B.L. Acoustics have successfully completed the replacement of Voice Alarm and Control Systems at the International Convention Centre in Birmingham. The 25 year old Audix systems were replaced with Bosch Praesideo EN54 compliant systems communicating via a site-wide optical network installed by BLA. The control systems were replaced with a combination of Bosch hardware and […]

New Voice Alarm for World Famous Sports Venue

B.L. Acoustics have successfully completed the replacement of the Public Address and  Voice Alarm System at the Queens Tennis Club, West London. The Queens Club was established in 1886, and was the first multipurpose sports venue to be built, anywhere in the world. The club is a world class sporting facility and facilitates a wide […]

Theatre refurbishments

After 12 successful years of staging the much loved ‘We Will Rock You’ Queen musical, the Dominion Theatre was tired and in need of renovation.  In June 2014, a 4 month renovation project got underway to restore the theatre to its former glory.  Included within the project was a new Public Address & Voice Alarm system. […]