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LightViper™ For Chattanooga‘s Precept Ministries International

Annapolis Junction, MD, January,7 2008 — FiberPlex, Inc., announced that their LightViper™ audio transport system was recently acquired by Precept Ministries of Chattanooga, Tennessee. The international Bible study aids organization installed the advanced fiber optic audio system from their main auditorium – which is used as a production studio – to their TV and radio production control rooms and various audio/video production suites located in a separate building on the 32-acre pastoral campus. The evangelical organization‘s daily Bible study TV program reaches 94 million worldwide households. The conduits that link the auditorium to the production building are approximately 800 feet long. A standard Model 1832 “plug n‘ play” LightViper fiber optic audio “snake” system with two splits was specified by Precept‘s 20-year veteran Audio Engineer, Tom Byrd.

Byrd commented on the organization‘s investment in fiber audio routing technology:
“We use the LightViper to connect all audio between our A/V buildings. We typically use six wireless microphones plus other hardwired stage microphones connected to the LightViper‘s stage box backstage in the auditorium. The main output of this stage box feeds up the hill through 900 feet of fiber to the media building‘s Master Control gear room. These audio feeds are then routed to various audio control rooms to feed video machines. We use the eight audio returns on the LightViper to route stage announce communications as well as other audio feeds ‘back down the hill‘ and patch as necessary to the auditorium and classrooms. A split from the LIghtViper stage box also feeds the FOH console for auditorium audio.

The audio engineer added:
“We now have really clean audio feeds between all locations, without any digital glitches or any of the previous problems we had with long runs of analog signals. We have eliminated all grounding hums since we no longer connect with copper between the two buildings; our audio was routed with conventional snakes through the same conduit runs which caused constant signal and noise problems. The LightViper has made a dramatic improvement in our production work. The new fiber system also enables us to feed many more signals as needed between the main buildings.”

Additional information can be obtained at www.fiberplex.com or www.lightviper.com.
Additional story Link: http://www.precept.org

NOTE: LightViper™ is a registered trademark of FiberPlex, Inc. Other company and product names may be trademarks of the respective companies with which they are associated.

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