More Information About audio visual company audio visual integration
Nov 1, 2010
As AV integrators develop more proprietary solutions, efforts to protect IP like software source code are getting more attention.
When integrator Technical Services Audio Visual recently landed a contract to design a system for a university client’s campus building, a roadblock stopped project planning in its tracks. The “keys” to the software another AV systems integrator had used to build an earlier system that the client wanted to essentially duplicate in a new venue weren’t accessible.
“The contractor who preceded us never provided the client with the software source code,” says Pete Dugas, president of the Athe...
*Milledgeville, Ga – TSAV installed Performance Sound reinforcement, and acoustical finish systems at the GCSU Centennial Center Basketball Arena, including 24 rigged full range speakers, over 100 acoustically absorptive architectural panels, DSP and amplifier systems, touch panel control over all settings, and configured the system so that any event can be set up at the press of a button. The operations team completed this project in an extremely short time period, and with great success.
Athens, Ga – TSAV installed a NEXO GEO S12 line array system as the primary audio system for performance events in The Grand Hall of the Classic Center. The Grand Hall can seat 3,175, and for the very largest crowds, the system may be augmented with near fills for the area directly in front of the stage.
“Until now, the only installed sound in the room was an overhead 70v system for background music and paging,” states TSAV’s Steve Gore. “Previously, the Center had to use a crew to rig a system whenever a live performance event took place, which limited the practical and economical use of the space. Because The Grand Hall is reconfig...