Trinity AVL Chooses Community VERIS Loudspeakers for Worship Spaces

Dec 4, 2013 4:26 PM

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Wellborn Baptist Church, Wellborn, Fla., with Community VERIS V2-32 and V2-28 loudspeakers

Trinity AVL is an audio, video and lighting systems integrator based in Orange Park, Florida. Founded as a music store in Cleveland, Ohio, in the 1930s, Trinity expanded to become a systems integrator in Western New York and relocated to Florida in 2005. As a regional integrator, Trinity primarily serves the worship facilities market, and it also installs conference room AV and business security systems.

Trinity reaches worship facilities of all sizes but specializes in audio, video and lighting systems for small and mid-sized churches. Ronnie Polowy,Trinity’s lead installer, says these customers expect Trinity to design their systems and choose the right products to fill their needs. Recently, Trinity designed a new sound system for the Wellborn Baptist Church in Wellborn, Florida, using Community VERIS V2-32 three-way models for left, center and right mains, V2-28 loudspeakers for left and right fill and V2-212S subwoofers for low-frequency support. Similarly, for the Covenant Baptist Church in Valdosta, GA, Trinity used VERIS V2-12 loudspeakers for left and right mains, V2-8 loudspeakers for delayed coverage and V2-28 loudspeakers for the balcony with low-frequency support provided by a pair of white V2-210S subs, discretely placed left and right on the platform.

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Covenant Baptist in Valdosta, Ga., with Community VERIS V2-12 and V2-8 loudspeakers

Many of Trinity’s worship facility customers have upgraded to digital audio mixers which can quickly switch scenes for contemporary or traditional services. Some have DANTE cards to split the microphones for digital recording or streaming broadcast. Trinity supplies DSP systems for house EQ, delay and loudspeaker management. Most of Trinity’s church customers have multiple wireless microphones. Some have in-ear monitor systems but most also use stage monitor loudspeakers. Trinity also provides lighting and video systems for many of these church customers. Recently, it has begun to install LED lighting systems, which provide substantial energy cost savings.

“For loudspeakers,” Polowy says, “we’ve pretty much standardized on Community’s VERIS family for these small to mid-sized churches. Overall, we haven’t found any other loudspeaker line in this price range that even comes close to VERIS for its combination of performance and versatility.”

Find more information about Community VERIS loudspeakers.

For more information about Trinity AVL, visit www.trinityavl.com.






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