An ISP Technologies PA now hangs in the Faith Christian Center Church in Bend, OR.Bend, OR (January 15, 2008)--Faith Christian Center Church in Bend, OR built its current home in 1978, but in recent tmes, Pastor Mike Johnson decided that the sound should be upgraded to keep up with changing services and growing membership. With that in mind, he contacted Tony Sprando of Audio Visual Presentations, a Bend-based HOW audio specialist. AVP, in turn, decided an ISP Technologies system would be the best solution for the many problems the building design created.
With the input of the engineers at ISP, Sprando choose two ISP Technologies Reference Line 4215s, a pair of High Definition Monitor 112s and two XMAX 212 folded horn subwoofers for the 500-seat sanctuary. Next, using the proprietary LinesSym Modeling, ISP engineers defined the perfect hang points for these speakers. Due to the complexity of the hang, ISP recommended one of its Professional Installation Network riggers to help out with the hang. BC Sound of Battle Creek, MI flew out to assist AVP in the rigging portion of the job.
The end result, according to Sprando, was a system whose sound, he noted "...rocks. It's awesome, and the church loves it." The Faith Christian Center Church backed that up in a statement, noting, "It is our pleasure to highly recommend Audio Visual and Tony Sprando. In September, after accessing our needs, he put together a preliminary study that showed the best performance sound system needed to upgrade our church's sound. And at a price that was well within our budget. He researched and believed in the system he recommended. Upon completion of the work, we immediately noticed the overall clarity, and even tone through out the church sanctuary was improved.
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