Category Archives: Control room installation

These are articles that will help you when you are looking to install a control room or start doing IMAG. Also review articles in, “Common myths when upgrading a video system.”

Camera Comparison Chart

This chart is comparing some of the more popular cameras to help you  get a side by side comparison.  I tried to keep things as standard and as economical as possible in my configurations.  All pricing is MSRP or at … Continue reading

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Reality: Preparing for an install

When your church decides to invest in their Audio, video and lighting system it is a big deal, you want to get the most out of your money.  It is important to know the process, and if you haven’t been … Continue reading

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The 3 things no IMAG system should cheap out on!

When we make the investment into going IMAG we are essentially asking our attendees to watch our screens for an 1-1.5 hours every week.  Once IMAG is offered about 80% of people are watching IMAG rather than the stage and … Continue reading

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Baby steps: First step in taking the plunge in doing IMAG.

Some organizations decide to do IMAG out of necessity, that is the stage is a ways a way from the back of the room and people just can’t see.  Other places do it out of style, it adds to the … Continue reading

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Common myths when upgrading a video system: A camera is a camera

There are so many cameras out there.  You can buy a $100 Flip camera all the way up to $100,000+ for a camera.  So buying a camera can at many times be confusing.  Some SD cameras cost more than some … Continue reading

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Common myths when upgrading a video system: Churches are just like the broadcast world; it all boils down to one output

When working with integrators and vendors this is one of the hardest concepts to get through to them.  In news, sports and any other type of TV production everything boils down to one output.  But in the church market we … Continue reading

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Common Myths when upgrading video systems: A Projector is a Projector!

I am not master projectionist, in fact it is more a necessary part of the job that I have to understand rather than I want to understand. But because of some past events that have occurred over the last couple … Continue reading

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