FrontRow engineers design sound products according to the principles of simplicity, effectiveness, and cost savings.
Focus on K-12 classroom needs makes FrontRow the better choice
It's easy to build a sound system. What's hard is to build a sound system that works well in the classroom. The knobs and switches that say "advanced" to an audiophile only mean "confusing and time-consuming" to a busy teacher. And whereas most sound systems merely have to sound good, a classroom amplification system with children's academic progress at stake must sound good and communicate clearly. And then there's the perennially microscopic school budget to think about.
That's why our California-based engineers apply our advanced technology according to three principles that make FrontRow a better choice for schools:
Our goal is to make teaching and learning easier and more effective, and so our core design principle is “strength inside, simplicity outside.” We make our products do the work, and keep the buttons teachers have to use to a minimum (in fact, Pro Digital only makes them use one). The more invisible our products, the better, in our opinion. Read more about how we make the world's easiest classroom amplification products.
At FrontRow, we measure technology leadership by how well it enhances teacher impact and student success. That's where patented technologies like OptiVoice speech clarification, and a microphone that's 30% lighter come in. A sound system that teachers will happily use and that students get more out of is money well spent. Read more about how FrontRow gives schools more.
Budgets are always tight, and frankly, FrontRow will never be the lowest-priced option up front. But over time, FrontRow is designed to save schools far more money than anything else they could buy. From up to 63% energy savings to an intelligent charging system that prevents teachers from accidentally damaging your investment, we're thinking long-term. Read more about how FrontRow helps schools save money (and maybe the planet).