...the consultant offered to provide system tuning for free if we purchased a BiAmp Nexia / Tesira Forte (DSP) from them for ~$2,300.
While the exact model wasn't specified in the scope document, this whole line of products seems to be for smaller classrooms and teleconferencing? I don't know much about the DSP hardware world, the amps and mixer we use today have provided enough processing for us. Is this a good recommendation, or are we in the wrong park?
Also, what should I expect for consulting prices for loudspeaker recommendation including model numbers/quantity/fly points/ and mounting angles/heights with Power and infrastructure requirements of the recommended design? Cost per hour? Percentage of project total? This is my first time going through this and want to make sure everything is tracking properly.
the consultant offered to provide system tuning for free if we purchased a BiAmp Nexia / Tesira Forte (DSP) from them for ~$2,300.
If they're trying to sell you equipment, this doesn't sound like a consultant to me.
That said, I have lots of nice things to say about the Biamp product line. I wish they had a better controller option, but the nexia/tessera stuff is good if it's the right tool for the jobPerhaps the vendor needs a sale to make their Biamp minimum for the year and is willing to take a hit on the system tuning to get the sales?
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