Woodlawn Church can See Clearly Thanks to TV One Monitors
Feb 15, 2007 12:00 PM
Woodlawn Church, located in Columbia, Mich., has upgraded all of its television monitoring to TV One monitors. The system, installed by Nashville Teleproductions in Nashville, Tenn., consisted of a combination of five 15in. color LCD displays, two triple monitors, and a single quad monitor.
Working with Shivelbine Music and Sound as the dealer/supplier of the TV One equipment, Nashville Teleproductions upgraded both the sound reinforcement system and the video component of Woodlawn’s physical plant. On the video side, Woodlawn wanted to increase the visual impact of its services, so Nashville Teleproductions removed its single 4:3 aspect ratio projector and screen and installed two 16:9 projectors fed by a robotic, three-camera video production system.
Using an AV Toolbox CSC-1600HDR video scaler, the analog video feeds were converted to VGA signals and fed to the 16:9 projectors. Monitoring consisting of five TV One LM-1511R 15in. color LCD displays, two LM-563R triple monitors and a single LM-404 quad monitor was added to the video switching and audio mixing products completed the production equipment complement.
“We are extremely pleased with the quality and cost effectiveness of the TV One product,” says Kevin McManous, president of Nashville Teleproductions.
For more information, visit www.tvone.com.
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