Founded in 1950, Oklahoma City’s Crossings Community Church had been struggling with an audio and video system that was installed over a dozen years ago and that no longer met the needs of its over 5,000-member congregation and numerous weekly services, including five distinct ones on Sunday alone. Technical Director Chuck Timmons decided to enlist the help of Acoustic Dimensions’ Senior Consultant Robert Rose to design an audio system that would provide the clarity and musicality that they desired.

With a project like this, the conversations regarding budget and specific models developed into what the project would require. “Our timing was such that we met with Robert Rose and DiGiCo‘s National Sales Manager Matt Larson at InfoComm where we were able to get an update on the newest products, offered Timmons. “This is where the SD10 caught our attention. We found that if we could increase our budgets marginally we would have the additional flexibility to add the broadcast software to the SD10 that was slated for Broadcast suite to ensure the console would be a long-term investment and could expand along with our needs. After a capital campaign to secure the funding, Clark was selected to handle the state-of-the-art A/V system, led by Director of Engineering Kevin Entrekin‚Äîthe scope of which included all new fiber optic infrastructure, powered Meyer speakers, and a trio of DiGiCo SD consoles.”

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