Bonita, CA (August 24, 2015)—Thanks to a growing congregation, Bonita Valley Community Church recently added a new auditorium that seats 1,400, with Texas-based Building God’s Way handling design and integration.
Jim Martin, Technology Director for BGW, had to design an audio visual system that would be able to go from a concert feel to a theatrical look. The result was a design that integrated three video walls, a motorized trussing system and a theatrical lighting system comprised of over six-dozen fixtures including par, ellipsoidal and moving head fixtures.
For audio, Martin turned to RCF. “We were familiar with the RCF Group’s family of products and especially their line array systems,” says Martin. A left-right-center configuration of RCF TTL33-A line array modules achieved the contemporary audio performance the church desired.
Since the back of the church faces a residential neighborhood, there was concern about sound pressure levels, especially low frequencies emanating from the building. Accordingly, Martin worked with the RCF engineering team to design an end-fire configuration of TTL36-A subwoofers flown behind the center cluster to establish the needed directivity of that low frequency energy.
RCF USA Inc.