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Month: June 2013 (Page 2 of 3)

CTW InfoComm 2013 Coverage: Chauvet Q-Wash 436Z-LED

We walked by the Chauvet booth and noticed this very bright, very colorful moving yoke LED fixture. We had to get the scoop. It has (36) 10W Quad-color LEDs that look very good. But that’s only part of the story. For more information, visit their website.

Infocomm coverage provided by Bose Professional Systems. Committed to developing best-in-class products, tools, and services to create original audio experiences. Visit their website at Pro.Bose.Com.

CTW InfoComm 2013 Coverage: Digital Audio Labs Live Mixer Personal Mixers

Personal mixers are all the rage right now, and long-time player Digital Audio Labs is jumping into the pool. Their new Livemix boasts several key features that make it interesting. First, it’s 24 channels. Second, the stereo mix goes back to the rack over the Cat5 for easy distribution to wireless IEMs. And third, well, just watch the video. Learn more at their website.

Today’s post is brought to you by Bose Professional Systems Division, committed to developing best-in-class products, tools, and services to create original audio experiences. The chief advantage products like RoomMatch® array module loudspeakers and our line of PowerMatch® amplifiers offer for worship are clear natural sound that makes voices and music seem more real.

CTW InfoComm 2013 Coverage: Roland VR-50HD Video Mixer

Roland just keeps cranking out new video mixers! The VR-50HD is the latest in a line of powerful video mixers that work great in the church (or anywhere else). This new one boasts 12 inputs (you can select 4 at a time to mix), including SD and HD SDI, HDMI, and a bunch of flavors of analog video. But the list doesn’t end there. Learn more at the Roland Website.

Infocomm coverage provided by Bose Professional Systems. Committed to developing best-in-class products, tools, and services to create original audio experiences. Visit their website at Pro.Bose.Com.

CTW InfoComm 2013 Coverage: Hitachi 9000 Series Projectors

Long known for their powerful and affordable LCD projectors, Hitachi announced a new single chip DLP projector this year. The 9000 series will be between 8,500-10,000 lumens (depending on resolution), with native resolutions between XGA and WXGA. No word on pricing, but it’s said to be, “competitive.” Learn more at the Hitachi Digital website.

Infocomm coverage provided by Bose Professional Systems. Committed to developing best-in-class products, tools, and services to create original audio experiences. Visit their website at Pro.Bose.Com.

CTW InfoComm 2013 Coverage: Blackmagic SmartView Monitors

While the SmartView line isn’t new, Blackmagic recently released a version that has a built-in waveform monitor and vector scope capability. That makes it one of the most affordable scope solutions out there. Learn more at Blackmagicdesigncom.

Today’s post is brought to you by CCI Solutions. With a reputation for excellence, technical expertise and competitive pricing, CCI Solutions has served churches across the US in their media, equipment, design and installation needs for over 35 years.

CTW InfoComm 2013 Coverage: Ensemble Designs NXT430 Router

The NXT430 is a very cool little router. It has 7 HD/SD SDI inputs; two fixed input, two fixed output and the rest can be in or out. A built-in screen gives you a full-motion preview of your sources, and it will clean switch any input to any output. Learn more at their website.

Infocomm coverage provided by Bose Professional Systems. Committed to developing best-in-class products, tools, and services to create original audio experiences. Visit their website at Pro.Bose.Com.

Church Tech Weekly Episode 152: My Personal Sam Axe


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Building volunteer teams is perhaps one of the toughest things we do as technical leaders. Our panel today talks about building unity, training and retaining tech teams that serve one another and the mission of the church. 

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Today’s post is brought to you by BargeHeights. Bargeheights offers cost effective lighting and LED video gear for churches. Coupled with unique visual design, Bargeheights transforms worship venues of all sizes.

CTW InfoComm 2013 Coverage: Avid S3 Live Audio Console

It’s not very often a console maker completely re-invents the interface, but that’s kind of what Avid has done. Rather than a large surface with tons of dedicated controls, the S3 Live a small, lightweight and multi-purpose console that will control the stage audio as well as ProTools. We talk with the creator of the desk to learn more. For more details, visit the special S3 Website.

Infocomm coverage provided by Bose Professional Systems. Committed to developing best-in-class products, tools, and services to create original audio experiences. Visit their website at Pro.Bose.Com.

CTW InfoComm 2013 Coverage: Bose ControlSpace DSP

After updating the ControlSpace ESP-00 to Series II, Bose also introduces three new models; the 880, 1240 and 4120. Those are 8×8, 12×4 and 4×12 respectively. All the new ones are single-rack space and controllable by the ControlSpace Designer software. Learn more at the Bose Pro Website.

Today’s post is brought to you by GearTechs. Technology for Worship is what they do. Audio, video and lighting; if it’s part of your worship service, and it has to do with technology, GearTechs can probably help. Great products, great advice, GearTechs.

CTW InfoComm 2013 Coverage: Bose PowerMatch Amplifiers

On the heels of the successful PM8500 4000W 8-channel amp, Bose introduces 3 new models: The PM8250 2000W 8-channel; the PM4500 2000W 8-channel and PM4250 1000W 8-channel. The amps are all very configurable and easy to control with plenty of built-in DSP.

Learn more at  the Bose Pro Website.

Today’s post is brought to you by DiGiCo. DiGiCo audio mixing consoles deliver solutions that provide extreme flexibility, are easy to use and have an expandable infrastructure, while still providing the best possible audio quality. Visit their website to learn more.

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