All of the CareySound teem would like to thank you for this special recognition. We are honored that you placed your trust in us to be your A/V partner. CareySound has been partnering with churches and institutions for 29 years providing personalized solutions.
The Aggie athletes make it hunt and CareySound makes it growl.
Deep inside the beast, towering high over Aggie Stadium at North Carolina A&T State University, the CareySound crew was busy marking sure the dog would growl for the crowds attending last nights game. The secret to the beasts growl is in the EV X-Line Line Array System that CareySound installed two seasons ago inside the top of the scoreboard. ESPN was on hand to broadcast the game.
The year 1990. The eventThe Fun Fourth Festival in 'Old Greensbrough'. The headlining act Chubby Checker. Sound, Lights and Stage, you guessed it, CareySound. If you look closely you can see a few of our team members and friends. Click here for a bigger picture. I believe Rick Earl is at FOH. Where you there too? Can you spot yourself?
To meet this demand we have strengthen our partnership with Sterling AV of Winston-Salem to provide the best in professional video services. This partnership has given us the ability to focus on our key strengths of audio and lighting. Included in all our our new gear is three complete Dynacord Cobra systems.
One of our Cobra rigs accompanied us to Knoxville this past weekend to the Downtown Marriott for a private corporate event featuring Davie Jones, formally of the Monkeys.
Electro-Voice EVI is the perfect choice
for Springfield Baptist
Without resorting to
very expensive acoustical solutions to control the
long reverberation times present in the design of
the sanctuary, the unique design of the EVI
loudspeaker proved to be the perfect solution.
While providing an even sound field to the seats
the system avoids adding excess energy to the
reverberant space by keeping the sound focused on
the congregation and off of the walls by means of
its patented EVI Vari Intense® horn.
The EVI system provides an economical solution for permanent installations that require coverage over a rectangular area. In a typical sanctuary, the distance from the loudspeaker to the last row is two or more times that to the front row, resulting in a substantial loss in level and intelligibility at the rear. The VI horn delivers 6 to 8 dB more SPL to the back of the room, overcoming the level loss without resorting to the expense and complexity of additional speaker systems or components.
Lead by Tommy Martin, the VP of sales at CareySound, our sales division was busy filling orders. The following are a few of the highlights not already mentioned in earlier posts.
It's a long way to the top if you want to mike the choir.
Following on the heals
of complete system replacement by us in March,
Guilford Park Presbyterian Church decided to add
microphones for the choir and their installation
provided this unique view of the sanctuary.
A new vision for Calvary Christian Center.
First it was a new drop
down rear projection screen and Sanyo video
projecter and then they added two Plasma monitors.
Once again high in the rafters, John Carey is seen here doing his high wire act for Dr. Chubbs.
CareySound has worked with Providence Baptist Church of Greensboro for years and Dr. Chubbs has once again blessed us with the A/V contract for their new expansion. We are still busy working on the project which is expected to be completed this fall that will provide a large multii-use room, more classrooms and new choir room.