We offer a wide range of services and products to meet your needs and budget for:

AV design, engineering and consulting 
AV conferencing system installation and maintenance 
AV  systems Boardroom, conference room and training facilities:
Audio speech and program sound enhancement 
Assistive Listening technologies
Media Control Systems and automation
Projection Screens and AV Support products
Closed circuit Video and distribution
Comprehensive line of Video display technologies
Acoustic Treatment Products
Integrity Audio Systems Inc.
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The Four Most Important Things to Know Before Selecting a House of Worship Projector
Before we get started, there are four important decisions for you to make regarding your church projection needs.

First, the width of your screen or the desired width of your projected image. No guessing. Go get the measuring tape. We can wait.

Second, we need to know the distance your projector will be from the screen. Generally the ideal distance is double the width of your screen. For example, if your screen is eight feet wide, your projector should be about 16 feet back from the screen.  If your sanctuary is able to accommodate that setup then read on. But if you're limited in space, or if you are replacing a current projector and can't move the mount, then give us a call because you may need special lensing. (You know, just go ahead and call us either way. We're kinda obsessed with customer service and we don't want you to be disappointed in your purchase.)

The third decision you have to make is the aspect ratio of your projected image. The aspect ratio is basically the shape of the picture, either a square or a rectangle. To future-proof your purchase, we suggest investing in a widescreen projector with a 16:10 or 16:9 aspect ratio.
Finally, we need to know your budget. Don't worry. No matter how much or little you have to invest, we have a projector that fits your needs. Call us because we may be able to offer tips regarding your layout and setup. Sometimes moving a mount a few feet closer to the screen can save thousands of dollars.

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