• 1 August, 2011

    Featured Case Studies

    Word of Life Ministries Upgrades with QSC Throughout the House

    Greensburg, PA (August 2011) – Word of Life Ministries, a non-denominational Christian church in Western Pennsylvania, recently upgraded its campus-wide audio systems with a broad range of QSC Audio loudspeaker products, line array systems, amplifiers and controllers. The new audio systems throughout the venue installed in the church’s main sanctuary, children’s classroom, and cafe and youth center, were designed and installed by Penn, PA’s Stormrider Sound and Lighting Design Systems, with installation assistance from Impact Audio, of Pittsburgh..The new audio equipment includes QSC AcousticDesign™ Series and K Series loudspeakers, an ILA WideLine Series Line Array with ISIS Series WL subwoofers, as well as CX and PowerLight ™ Series amplifiers. SC28 and QSControl.net™ system controllers manage DSP, control, monitoring and distribution. The main sanctuary at Word of…

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  • 1 August, 2011

    Products & Solutions

    QSC WideLine™ Series Line Array is the Choice for Summer Outdoor Concerts

    East and West Coasts, USA (Aug 2011) – From Southern California all the way to Eastern Pennsylvania, a number of this summer’s concert series sound providers have utilized the QSC WideLine Series line array to meet the sound reinforcement requirements presented by unique and challenging venues. The Pechanga Amphitheater in Temecula, CA, which ranks among the top Southern California performance venues, hosted headliners this summer including Matchbox Twenty, Lady Antebellum, Alan Jackson, Daughtry and many others. This 4,500 seat outdoor venue, which features a combination of assigned floor seating, raised seating and bleacher seating, prides itself upon having first-rate sound and lighting systems, so that every audience member in every seat has the best experience. Star Way Productions of Murrieta, CA handles the sound for the summer concert series at Pechanga and…

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  • 1 August, 2011

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     Covenant Church Has Faith in QSC’s New KLA Series Line Array System

    Carrollton, TX (August 2011)–– Covenant Church has become the first House of Worship in the U.S. to purchase QSC’s new KLA Series fixed arcuate active line array system, for use across its five Dallas area campuses. The new system, which is intended for deployment at indoor and outdoor special events, comprises six KLA12 two-way, 12-inch loudspeakers and four KLA181 18-inch subwoofers. The 20,000-member church also added six K12 two-way, 12-inch active loudspeakers for use as out fill or stage monitors with the KLA Series system, depending on the type and size of the event. All the five campuses share the new system, which can be reserved by each location for special events such as dances, seasonal festivals and music performances. Covenant Church bought the KLA System, introduced by QSC earlier this year, based upon their audio departments’ exemplary experience with…

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  • 11 July, 2011

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    Crown Point Church Upgrades its Sound with KLA

    Kansas City, MO (July 11, 2012) – Crown Pointe Church of the Assemblies of God, located in Lee’s Summit, MO, recently upgraded the sound system in its 500-seat sanctuary with a QSC Audio KLA Fixed Arcuate Active Line Array Loudspeaker System, as well as KW Series speakers for out fill. The new QSC Audio KLA line array replaced an aging speaker system that was no longer performing adequately nor achieving desired sound quality. The replacement array comprises six KLA12 12-inch, 2-way, self-powered loudspeakers and four KLA181 18-inch active subwoofers, installed three over two per side. One KW152 15-inch, two-way trapezoidal cabinet was additionally installed on each side as out fill in order to extend coverage to the extreme left and right seating areas of the sanctuary. According to Richard Troutman, senior design consultant at Advanced Sound Communications, who…

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  • 1 July, 2011

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    MacArthur Center Mall Goes Shopping for a New Sound System with QSC

    Norfolk, VA (July 2011) ––MacArthur Center mall, the modern upscale 1.1 million-square-foot shopping center in the downtown Hampton Roads area of Norfolk recently completed an audio system upgrade which included QSC’s Q-Sys Integrated System Platform as well as CX Series Amplifiers. Sound and communications systems specialist Independence Communications Inc., a Muzak affiliate, handled the upgrade at the MacArthur Center. The QSC equipment replaced the head end of the mall’s original music playback and paging system, providing a more powerful and flexible DSP solution and significantly reducing the rack space required. “The performance of the new audio equipment was certainly a big attraction, but there was an even bigger factor behind our selection of QSC for this project,” says William Ammerman III, Director of Engineering for Independence Communications. “We get…

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  • 1 May, 2011

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    Saddleback Church Complex Builds a Sound Foundation with QSC

    Lake Forest, CA – ( May 2011) Saddleback Church recently installed a number of QSC KW Series Active Loudspeakers in their sprawling main campus here and throughout their various other satellite church locations in Southern California in towns such as Orange, Huntington Beach, and Anaheim. Each week at Saddleback, more than 30,000 parishioners attend the massive live church service at the main campus, while 800 to 1,200 attendees at each of the regional satellite campuses participate via broadcast at their locations. At Saddleback’s Lake Forest campus, which sprawls across more than 140 acres, 47 active P.A. systems are utilized throughout, in rooms ranging in size from a 3,800-seat main worship center to more intimate 50-seat rooms for private events and small group studies. The Tech Arts Team at Saddleback produces more than 150 events per week, including sermons,…

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  • 1 April, 2011

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    KW Series Loudspeakers Hit the Nail on the Head

    Stowe, VT (April 2011) – The Rusty Nail, one of the largest ski-country nightclubs in the Northeast, has undergone a complete sound and lighting system upgrade by Daddy’s Sound Solutions system designer John DeGange, featuring an assortment of QSC K and KW Series Active Loudspeakers. Since purchasing this destination restaurant and club where skiers enjoy live music and catch the DJ’s after a day on the slopes, owner Stan Swierzewski improved the venue with a new kitchen, and added a green room and VIP room. With these enhancements done, Swierzewski turned to Manchester, NH Daddy’s Sound Solutions to upgrade the venue’s decades-old sound and lighting systems. “With the introduction of the KW Series, it was perfect timing for this install,” says DeGange. “The KW’s larger subs and 3-way cabinets were an excellent choice to fill the dance floor.” With a multi-level…

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  • 1 April, 2011

    Products & Solutions

    London Club Under the Bridge Amps it Up with 66 QSC PL3s

    London, UK (April 2011) – A record number of 66 QSC premium PL3 amplifiers have been specified and installed in the new London live music venue, Under the Bridge—the largest single complement of QSC PowerLights ever installed The 600-capacity club, located at the Stamford Bridge Stadium of premier football club Chelsea FC, will specialize in hosting a wide range of music events, such as artist showcases, record launches and festivals. Under the Bridge’s new interior was created by Jim Cafarelli of House of Blues fame, while the successful tender for the turnkey technology design and installation was submitted by XL Video’s Ian Woodall and Andrew Frengley of Matrix 9. Woodall and Frengley, who have worked together in the past, both have extensive experience with QSC amplifiers over several generations for touring and installed applications. Nevertheless, it was the…

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  • 23 March, 2011

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    University of Rhode Island’s Ryan Center Gets a Smarter System with Q-Sys

    Kingston, RI (March 23, 2011) -- The Ryan Center, a $54 million, 7,500 seat multi-purpose arena on the grounds of the University of Rhode Island, is home to a variety of events including family entertainment, concerts, sports competitions, conventions and a host of other community affairs. Recently, Ryan graduated to a much more intelligent sound system with the help of QSC Audio. Growing concerns with the intelligibility and the overall aesthetics of the venue’s P.A. system led the Center to hire respected A/V system consultant, North American Theatrix, to analyze the state of the system. In reviewing the existing installation, NAT determined that a physical re-arrangement of the existing clusters would cost approximately 1/3 of an all-new cluster, not including additional necessary components. However, the manufacturer of that system was not actively supporting this…

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  • 1 January, 2011

    Products & Solutions

    QSC ILA Helps Coastal Community Church Go Mobile

    Coconut Creek, FL – Coastal Community Church, the mobile church which sets up here every Sunday morning to deliver a variety of services including worship, teaching and music, now rolls out a superior sound system each week with a unique mobile QSC ILA Line Array. Coastal Community’s mobile situation required a unique solution, according to Tony Flammia of Creative Sound and Lighting Solutions, one that he only encounters about 5% of the time. While about 95% of these types of church plant situations tend to only require a full range speaker over a sub on each side of the room, Coastal Community needed a more sophisticated line array setup, as the high school auditorium where services are held is wide and shallow, with graduated stadium seating in the back as high as 20 feet off the ground. For Flammia, the challenge was two-fold; he needed to implement a system that…

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  • 1 January, 2011

    Products & Solutions

    QSC Introduces KLA Line Array Loudspeakers

    Costa Mesa, CA (January, 2011) - QSC Audio Products, LLC is pleased to introduce the KLA Series fixed arcuate, active line array system. Built on the same power platform as the successful K Series and KW Series powered loudspeakers, KLA is ideal for a wide range of portable and permanently installed applications including houses of worship, entertainment venues and a variety of other locations where the use of a line array is indicated. "Ease-of-use in terms of deployment and system tuning were the key elements driving the KLA design." states Phil Sanchez, Product Manager at QSC. "As a complete systems provider, we are determined to offer our customers real-world, practical solutions that meet their needs for a variety of applications. The current state of line arrays is that they are inherently expensive and require considerable effort to deploy. In offering the KLA…

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