Technology Coordinator | Franklin College
“ We have seen multiple benefits since the new solution was implemented. Our experience with Tech Electronics was fantastic as usual. They communicated very well and consistently. They also provided training on the new system to ensure we knew all of the functions. The solution has resolved the issues we were facing.”
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Learn more about Cluster Theater’s audiovisual and sound system make-over!
Problem: Franklin College’s Cluster Theater, a jewel box theatre in a prized location in the heart of Old Main Campus, was being underutilized due to an aging sound system and lack of audiovisual technology.
Solution: Franklin College turned to Tech Electronics and through site surveys and interviews with several staff members, we were able to design a sound and audio video solution that would enhance the performers and audiences experiences in the theatre. Today, Cluster Theater provides the audience with an enjoyable listening experience through state-of-the-art technology including:
- Line Array loudspeakers – placed on each side of the stage for orchestra seating
- Fill speakers – to provide a desirable listening experience to the balcony section
- Power Amplifier
- Wireless Microphone Systems
- AV control system – in sound booth
- Projector and motorized screen – capable of being operated on the stage or sound booth.
- Back of the House Control Panel – allowing the system to operate from the stage location without needing access to the sound booth. The local input plate consisted of a VGA with audio and HDMI input
Results: The new solution allows for Franklin College to continue providing students with an exceptional performance experience. The system has enhanced vocal and instrumental concerts, allowing the space to be utilized by faculty for academic courses as well as by the college community to host large guest speakers and public programs.