Outdoor PA System - Sea Isle NJ

Sea Isle NJ Promenade Outdoor PA System

System Requirements

The outdoor PA system for Sea Isle’s promenade had to provide intelligible audio for public safety announcements.  The town had no way of broadcasting announcements to residents and guests along the promenade, which became a safety issue.

The components had to be able to work in the salt air conditions and allow for live or prerecorded announcements.


System Design

Working with the Community Loudspeakers, the engineering and construction firm, we selected the R.15 cabinets which were attached to custom arms on the new lights poles.  These compact, outdoor speakers are ideal for outdoor PA systems.

A total of four circuits were pulled to the lights poles to allow for future zone control if desired.  A battery back up provides temporary use of the system in the event of power loss.

Equipment list:

45 Community R.15COAX outdoor loudspeakers

QSC CXD 4.5 amplifier

Allen & Heath GR4 zone mixer

Middle Atlantic UPS battery back up


Result

The new outdoor PA system provides clear announcements with simple control for the town.

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Contractor: Delta Line Construction

Engineer: Maser Consulting

Owner:  Sea Isle, NJ 

Pharmaceutical Audio/Video Conferencing System

System Requirements

JD Sound and Video was hired to provide audio, visual, control, and video conferencing solutions for one of our pharmaceutical clients in Exton, PA.  The company was relocating to a larger space and need digital signage, video conferencing, and displays in executive offices.


System Design

For video conferencing, we went with all Cisco-based solutions since it was already in use.

Equipment list:

Cisco cameras and video conferencing systems

Extron MLC-series wall controllers

Sharp Displays

JBL Control-series ceiling loudspeakers

Chief mounts


Result

The new systems allow the staff the ability to communicate easily internally and remotely.

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Glen Landing Middle School Sound System

Glen Landing Middle School Sound System

System Requirements

Glen Landing Middle School, located in Blackwood, NJ was in need new sound system for their cafeteria, which also served as the school’s performance space.  The existing sound system was pieced together over many years and did not provide adequate coverage or quality.

Equipped with a stage, and hard floors, the new school sound system had to provide high-quality sound while taking into account the room’s acoustics.

There were numerous complaints about coverage, quality, and the ability for the system to handle large performances.


System Design

Laser measurements were taken of the entire room, noting where chairs are set up as well as potential mounting points for the new loudspeakers.  Using a sound system modeling program, we designed a system using Community’s i-Series loudspeakers.  We selected the optimal pattern to provide coverage for the entire space.  A digital processor with a touch screen was installed so the system can be used without setting up the mixing console, making it easy to use for lunches and faculty meetings.  For performances, the digital mixing console can be set up on stage, or in the back of the room.  Wireless iPad control is also available for the system.

Equipment list:

Community I-series loudspeakers

Community ALC-1604 amplifier

Allen & Heath QU24 digital mixing console with digital snake

Audix MB 8450 and MB  choir microphones

RF Venue D-Fin antenna


Result

The new school sound system has been used for a holiday performance and for an assembly and has been a major improvement for students, staff, and guests.

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Green Valley Country Club Ballroom Sound System

Green Valley Country Club Ballroom Sound System

System Requirements

Green Valley Country Club needed to upgrade its ballroom sound system to enhance control, connectivity, and replace some aging equipment.  They wanted to centralize control, in areas where staff could easily access the system functions without having to enter the event area.  The current system had analog controls in hard to access areas, and the rack was undersized for the equipment, leaving wires hanging and components sticking out.  The existing wireless microphones all dropped out often due to a lack of proper antenna distribution.


System Design

Parts of the ballroom sound system still worked, such as the loudspeakers.  We determined the existing rack needed to be replaced with a deeper model, that allowed us to properly install and manage the new audio/video equipment.  Touch screens needed for simple, graphics-based control.

Equipment list:

Rane TERMINAL 1010X

Shure BLX Wireless Microphones

Lab Gruppen E-series amplifier

RF Venue Antenna Distro

Middle Atlantic Equipment Rack


Result

The new ballroom sound system provides better control with the ability to easily combine spaces.  The wireless microphones work throughout the ballroom and bar area with no dropouts.

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JBL CBT Speakers

St. Barnabas Episcopal Church Sound System

System Requirements

St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, located in Wilmington Delaware, was in need of a new sound system.  After seeing the JBL CBT columns in other projects, we were contacted for a design.

The existing system was comprised of older loudspeakers and was put together over many years.  Aside from the improvement of sound quality, the Church needed new choir and instrument microphones, as well as an upgrade to an easy-to-use digital mixer console.


System Design

Our design team created a layout using the JBL CBT column speakers.  After a model was created for a proof of concept, our install team implemented the new system.

Equipment list:

JBL CBT 70J-1 line array columns

JBL JRx218 subwoofers

Renkus-Heinz CX41 compact loudspeakers for choir monitors

Crown XTI-series amplifiers

Allen & Heath QU-24 digital mixing console

Shure BLX-R wireless microphones

Audix MicroBoom choir microphones


Result

The new sound system has been a huge improvement and allows the entire congregation to hear clearly from any seat.  The JBL CBTs blend in well and provide even coverage.  The digital mixing console has added some useful features for the volunteers who operate it, as well as presets to easily recall settings for various services.

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Five Iron Golf Audio/Video System

Five Iron Golf Audio/Video System

System Requirements

Five Iron Golf’s new location in Philadelphia needed a high-end audio/video system with a video wall and control solution that would enhance the ambiance of the space to engage guests.


System Design

The new audio/video system features industry-standard manufactures for the best experience and reliability.

Equipment list:

Philips 2X2 Video Wall

Philips Commercial Displays

Community D6 Pendant Loudspeakers

 


Result

The new system provides high-quality background music and video for guests.  With simple control via an iPad or touch screen for staff to control the video system and video wall,

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Auditorium Video System

Bordentown Middle School Auditorium Video System

System Requirements

Bordentown Middle School was in need of a permanently installed auditorium video system.  The new system would be used for events and presentations.

The existing system was comprised of a 30-year old screen and a small projector on a cart, which required wires to be draped across the floor.

The school wanted to have a large projection screen, and inputs in the front of the stage and sound booth.


System Design

As part of our auditorium video system design, we took laser and light measurements.  Our team determined the lumen requirements for the projector and the correct projection screen size.  We reviewed the vertical space on stage for the screen, as well as the ambient light in the auditorium.

Equipment list:

Eiki 6,000 lumen projector

DaLite Tensioned Electric Projection Screen

Atlona video input plates, providing VGA and HDMI connectivity on the front of the stage, and in the sound booth.

Creston BPC-8 wall controller for simple control of the projector.


Result

The new auditorium video system is used often for presentations and events and has eliminated the need to wheel out equipment and provides a larger and brighter image.

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Bordentown Armory Sound System – Department of Military and Veterans Affairs

System Requirements

The Bordentown Armory has a large, open space that they wanted to have outfitted with permanent sound equipment.  The current setup was comprised of powered loudspeakers on stands, which they wanted to have mounted on the wall.


System Design

We relocated the mixer and wireless microphones to an equipment shelf in the network closet.

The loudspeakers were mounted to the wall with manufacturer-provided brackets.

We installed permanent input plates for wired microphones.


Result

The new system provides better coverage and eliminated the cables all over the floor.

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Vaughan Hall Sound System

Vaughan Hall Sound System – Medford Lakes NJ

System Requirements

Vaughan Hall, located in Medford Lakes, NJ is a multi-purpose space.  The hall serves as a gymnasium, events center as well as performance venue as it features a full-size stage.  Founded in 1927, Medford Lakes Colony is a non-profit organization that organizes social, community, and recreational activities for the town of Medford Lakes, NJ.  The new hall sound system had to provide both speech and music reinforcement for the variety of community and sporting events hosted.


System Design

The hall sound system had to take into account the size of the room and the many purposes it would serve.  After taking laser measurements of the room, our design team came confirmed a pair of JBL CBT column loudspeakers would provide coverage for the entire space.  A dual 10″ subwoofer on one side would provide additional bass.

Equipment list:


Result

The new hall sound system has been a welcomed addition and is used frequently by members.

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