- Centreville, VA
- Design Build
- Control System Programming
- Fiber Optic System Installation
- 12,000 Lumen High Definition Video Projector
- Ross Video Switcher
- Meyer Powered Line Array Speakers
- Digidesign Venue 96 Input Mixing Console
Korean Central Presbyterian Church
Whole Facility Audio Visual System
Korean Central Presbyterian Church (KCPC) constructed one of the largest church facilities in the Washington metropolitan area. This was a whole facility AV installation project for DI. KCPC’s audiovisual system has three major production venues: the Sanctuary, Chapel, and Multi-Purpose Room. All three areas are tied together by a fiber optic transport system, along with producing cable TV signals for distribution inside the building.
The modern 173,000 sq-ft structure is quite remarkable. The Sanctuary, which seats up to 2200 people, is most impressive. The sanctuary features two 12,000 lumen high definition video projectors displaying images on 30’ wide screens. In addition, the pastors and worship leaders have the advantage of being able to view four 65” LCD confidence monitors mounted on the catwalk and two 12’ video projection screens on the back wall. The images on the screen feature high definition HD-SDI video signals from five remote controlled Sony studio cameras as well as computer generated graphics. All video switching is controlled by a Ross Video switcher located in the 20’ x 80’ control room. The audio system features Meyer powered line array speakers and a Digidesign Venue 96 input mixing console. CobraNet provides additional recording feeds to the control room and recoding suite where the church utilizes a ProTools HD recording system.