Major Audio Upgrade in Va. Church Features Tectonic PL-12 Speakers
By Andres Caamano · September 26, 2016 • New sound in worship space stands out for offering 'greater clarity and evenness.'
Projectors and Microphones Stand Out at InfoComm 2016
By Andres Caamano · June 14, 2016 • Whether looking for WUXGA or laser phosphor projector models, InfoComm in Las Vegas offered numerous options for the interested consumer.
InfoComm 2016 Kicks Off With Impressive, Unexpected Products
By Andres Caamano · June 9, 2016 • Sony, Optoma, Lumens, Canon and Powersoft among manufacturers with standout products on day one of conference in Las Vegas.
Placing Loudspeakers In A Small Church
By Curt Taipale · May 12, 2016 • Remember that one of the first rules of a loudspeaker system design is to put sound where listeners are, and to not put sound where listeners aren’t (like the walls or ceiling).
Top 7 Products To Consider For Your Church
By Andres Caamano · May 10, 2016 • For those churches thinking of adding or upgrading, these Allen & Heath, Renkus-Heinz, Powersoft, Electro-Voice, Barco, PixelFLEX and Roland products stand out.
EAW Speakers Flourish in New Valley Chapel Sanctuary Space
By Andres Caamano · April 8, 2016 • Line arrays, made up of JFL210 modules, are credited with offering an 'amazing' spread of sound throughout the new space.
Georgia Church Opens With d&b Speakers, ‘Top Notch’ Equipment
By Andres Caamano · March 29, 2016 • Church was 'adamant in hiding all the technologies, they wanted to hide everything.'
First Presbyterian Church Finds High Performing Solution With WorxAudio
By Andres Caamano · February 17, 2016 • The response from First Presbyterian’s congregants has been a very positive one relating to upgrade to WorxAudio line array speakers.
Out With the PA, In With the Line Array
By Andres Caamano · January 26, 2016 • Family Church Downtown in Florida undergoes full AVL retrofit with L-Acoustics system.
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