Audio Visual (A/V) Equipment

Below is a link to a PDF with information on the AV equipment in the hall and on how to set it up. A copy may be found inside the Tardis but if you plan on using the AV system you may wish to take a copy with you.

Please note if you have hired the hall and confirmed your use of the AV equipment you should have received the code for the key safe containing the Tardis key. If not please ask.

Click here for the guide (which will open in a separate tab).

The PDF is a draft as it is still being reviewed.

Please study the guide before using the AV system and contact bookings if you have any questions or wish to visit the hall before your booking.

Important: If you plan to connect your own device to the hall’s AV system it is connected using an HDMI or VGA connection. Recent laptops tend to have an HDMI connection but please check your laptop. Apple devices may require a Lightning to HDMI or USB-C to HDMI cable and Android devices a suitable USB to HDM cable. No guarantees can be given that your device will connect successfully to the hall’s AV system.

Playing Music?

An alternative to using the hall’s AV system is to bring your own phone/tablet and a Bluetooth speaker. Also, no hire charge as not using the AV system.

Hearing Induction Loop Amplifier

The hall has an Adastra LA-Series Loop Amplifier. Details of how to use this are not in the above guide so please click here for the user manual (which will open in a separate tab). A copy may be found inside the Tardis but if you plan on using the induction loop you may wish to take a copy with you.