Our Design PhilosophiesAudio that sounds good. Video that looks good.
Our systems just work!
Good system design isn't an accident. It takes careful balance and consideration of multiple aspects of each and every product. You can't just choose the cheapest equipment or you'll end up with garbage. You can't just choose the most powerful speaker, it also has to be portable.
We have combined our experience as both church planters and as technology experts to develop a set of design philosophies that we apply to every system we build.
1) Quality is King
If a sound system doesn’t sound good, or a video system doesn’t look good, what’s the point? Quality should never take a back seat to other things like price or brand popularity. What good is a cheap product that doesn’t do its job?
2) Price Matters
Churches are called to be good stewards of their money. We help you do that by designing systems that are the best value possible. This doesn’t mean choosing cheap junk that you’ll have to sell and upgrade in 6 months. It means choosing the lowest price, high quality products that will meet your growing needs and expectations, saving you a ton of money and headaches.
3) Never Stop Innovating
Just because a particular product or brand was the best 5 years ago doesn’t mean it still is. We constantly seek to find cutting edge solutions and products to meet the needs of today’s churches.
4) Less is More
No unnecessary equipment and features that add bulk and complexity. We design simple, efficient systems that do exactly what you need and do it right. Most complexity in audio and video systems comes in the form of extra processors and equipment that are just band-aids stuck on poorly designed systems. Our systems don’t need them.
5) Growth is Expected
You shouldn’t have to start over with a new system every time you need to expand. Our systems grow with your church. We design systems that are easy and cost effective to upgrade to meet your future needs.