Life of Faith Church

Life of Faith Church

System Requirements

The new video system had to provide bright, HD images on the existing screens, add a large rear wall confidence monitor and provide a digital video distribution system for the entrance and nursery displays.

System Design

The system operator in the a/v booth can select from the camera, PC or external source and route it to any display.  Digital signage messages can be displayed in the lobby area while images and text from the worship software can be displayed on the main projectors.

Equipment list:

Two Eiki EK-510U projector mounted from the ceiling

LG 75″ for rear wall confidence monitor

LG 55″ and 32″ displays for entrance

Atlona 8X8 video matrix switcher

Crestron BPC-8 controllers for projectors


Result

The new video system enhances the services and added flexibility in being able to show different sources on various displays.

Christ the Redeemer Church

System Requirements

The new sound system had to provide high-level speech and music reinforcement.


System Design

Featured Equipment
  • QSC Q-SYS

Result

The new system has significantly improved the coverage, quality, and intelligibility while being user-friendly for multiple operators.

Covenant Presbyterian Church

Located in Trenton, NJ, Convent Presbyterian Church features a larger sanctuary with high ceiling, large windows and a deep balcony in the back. The walls are hard plaster with tile floor and wooden pews, making the acoustics very challenging to work with. For many years, the congregation struggled with the current system which was comprised of ceiling loudspeakers which were over 30’ above. Since the system only needed to reproduce speech, the Bose MA12 column line arrays were chosen. Two columns per side provide coverage all the way to be back of the ground level, with Bose 502 delay loudspeakers providing coverage for the balcony. Crown amplifiers and Shure wireless microphone complete the system.

St. Bridget’s Church

System Requirements

The new sound system had to provide high-quality speech and music reinforcement in an acoustically challenging space.


System Design

Working EASE, an acoustical modeling program, we custom designed a loudspeaker system with Community ENTASYS columns.  The system features two main columns and two delay columns which provide even coverage throughout the space.  The narrow vertical pattern of the columns help to keep sound off the floor and ceiling resulting in higher intelligibility

Featured Equipment
  • Community ENTASYS columns with VLF series subwoofers
  • QSC Q-SYS audio processing and control with 7″ touchscreen
  • Shure QLX-D wireless microphones
  • Furman remote and rack-mounted sequencers

Result

The new system has significantly improved the coverage, quality, and intelligibility while being user-friendly for multiple operators.