I like to think that doing hands-on installation work makes us a part of the real world of equipment use. We don't just take orders. We actually use the gear, and have a good idea of what works, what doesn't, which features are important, and how someone like you will use a system. Any dealer can sell pieces and parts at a price, but not everyone you talk to has the right experience to help you make things work when it counts.
On our days off, most of our guys are tech volunteers in their own churches making audio, lighting, and video happen on a weekly basis.
Take a look at a few pictures from one of our recent projects. It features audio with digital mixing, lighting, projection, and acoustics -- and it's prewired to easily add personal mixing and subwoofers, as the budget permits, in the future. Please call if you have ideas or needs with which we can be helpful.