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Product at Work: Tannoy QFlex 

Two congregations—one in Portland, Ore., and one in Santa Fe, N.M.,—sought to fill their historic churches with the fullness and clarity of sound that modern arrays can deliver. ...

Choosing Live Distribution Options 
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You have four basic options when it comes to streaming live events....

Acoustics: Using Your Expertise To Open New Doors 
By Peter Janis, President Primacoustic, a division of Radial Engineering
I was reading an article this morning in a contractor magazine and was astounded by the assertion that somehow changing the PA system would magically improve the audio problems in a restaurant. ...

Allen & Heath iLive MixPad for Worship, Part 1 
WIth Bennett Liles
The First Baptist Church of Altamonte Springs Florida had a patchwork of audio gear connected by various people at different times and not really doing the job for them. ...

2012 PRO AV Spotlight Awards 

The PRO AV Spotlight Awards are your chance to gain recognition for your company and get noticed by AV pros and architects for outstanding design and installation in commercial, corporate, education, and other non-residential applications....

Audio Upgrade for a Reverbrant Church  

Immaculate Conception Church in Traverse City, Mich., is enjoying a major upgrade to its sound system....

Understanding EN 54 

What is EN 54? European standard 54 specifies the requirements for all parts of fire alarm systems. ...

Systems Integration and the NFPA 72 Code 
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Adoption of the 2010 National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) code has caused a lot of excitement and discussion amongst electronics systems integrators and traditional fire alarm providers....

Staying Traditional at St. Joseph Cathedral, Part 2 
With Bennett Liles
Cathedrals are built to sound big, but the pastor’s message has to be heard clearly....

Product at Work: L-Acoustics KARAi 

The KARAi differs primarily in its rigging, which for fixed installation can be a bolt-and-plate assembly—much less costly than the KARA’s quick-pin-release rigging that serves the rental and touring market. ...

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