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Loren Robinson Joins Community

Chester, PA, May 2012…   

Community Professional Loudspeakers has announced the appointment of Loren Robinson to the position of Regional Manager for Western US and Canada.

Robinson, a veteran pro audio manufacturers’ representative and installation team manager, joins Community after many years with Harman Corporation, where he held positions as National Sales Manager for Selenium and Western Regional Manager for Crown Audio.

“We’re very excited to welcome Loren to Community,” said Julia Lee, Director of Sales and Marketing. “His expertise in installed sound and his solid track record in management are ideally suited for the growth Community is presently experiencing.”

“I’m thrilled to be working with such a legendary company like Community,” added Robinson. “This is an amazing group of people with an amazing history, and they’re still breaking new ground today.”

Robinson will be responsible for all outside sales management in the western United States, as well as in Canada. He can be reached at lrobinson@communitypro.com.

 

Community’s VERIS is Part of Classic Church’s Rebirth

Holland, PA, May 2012…   Founded nearly half a century ago in Northampton Township, Saint Bede the Venerable has grown to more than 10,000 parishioners. The church recently underwent a $5 million renovation and expansion, incorporating a classic Italian marble altar, magnificent stained glass, and a new sound system based around Community Professional Loudspeakers VERIS 8 two-way full-range systems.

As Audiobahn’s Tony Hersch explains, the new sound system design called for versatility. “Unlike some of the more traditional Catholic churches, St. Bede offers a mix of traditional and semi-contemporary services, with a choral and live musical accompaniment, as well as traditional organ and choir,” he says. “So ultimately we had to design a system that offered more than simply spoken word intelligibility – it had to offer good musicality as well.”

The distributed audio system includes 14 VERIS 8 cabinets – seven on each side of the seating area, as well as two additional VERIS 8 boxes for platform monitors. A pair of Community CPL27 dual eight-inch systems provide monitoring to the choir loft, and two MVP12M boxes provide additional monitoring. The system is powered by QSC amplification. A Soundcraft LX7II 16-channel console and Shure RF systems complete the signal chain.

One of the biggest challenges in installing the system, says Hersch, was coordinating the work around the ongoing construction. “It was a pretty extensive renovation,” he says. “They brought in the altar from another church in Philadelphia that had closed its doors, with massive marble columns, and gorgeous stained glass windows. They were still holding services during the renovation, with the construction behind a false wall, and we were running cable and installing the speakers within a very tight schedule, alongside the general contractors.”

Hersch reports that the newly redone sanctuary is nothing short of stunning, with sound to match. “It sounds fantastic, and the coverage is great,” he says. “There’s not a bad seat in the house. And it looks terrific.”

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Community Professional Loudspeakers has been a leading supplier of professional sound systems since 1968. Headquartered in Chester, Pennsylvania, Community distributes its products to over fifty countries on six continents. Visit www.communitypro.com for more information.

Taylored Sound Ramps Up Offshore Europe with Community

Aberdeen, UK, April 2012…  Organized by Reed Exhibitions UK, the biennial SPE Offshore Europe conference and exhibition is the largest upstream oil and gas event outside North America. With some 1,500 exhibitors, the convention attracts an audience of around 50,000 visitors, including engineers, technical specialists, industry leaders, and experts from all over the world. Held at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre, around 25,000 square meters (270,000 square feet) of temporary exhibition space is created in five giant marquees. Not surprisingly, a substantial PA system is required for information and safety announcements.

Taylored Sound, the Aberdeen-based pro audio rental and installation specialists, were commissioned to design and install the PA for the recent exhibition, and they designed a system based around Community R.25 loudspeakers. “The power and 90 x 40 degree dispersion of the Community R.25 was ideally suited for the large areas to be covered,” commented Taylored Sound’s Jimi Troup. “Their spoken word intelligibility is exceptional, and their compact size and light weight were a real advantage for fast installation. The entire break down took only three hours with just two people.”

A total of sixty-six R.25s were used to provide complete coverage for Halls 1 through 4, as well as at the entrance gates. In the four main halls the R.25s were mounted in pairs, spaced evenly along the apex of the steel-framed marquees. A Symetrix Solus 8, with eight mic/line inputs and eight outputs, provided paging configuration and control and the 28,000W available from three Powersoft K8 amplifiers provided more than ample headroom for the system.

“We brought in the complete stock of R.25s specifically for this event, and it was a good investment,” said Troup, “The organizers thanked us, saying it was the best PA they’d ever had for the exhibition. These R.25 loudspeakers will continue to lift the standard of audio quality for the great many smaller events we provide for throughout the year. They are incredibly robust, and with the Community heritage for all-weather durability we can use them at any type of public event. With many years of service ahead, these hard-working loudspeakers will pay back their investment many times over.” 

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Community Professional Loudspeakers has been a leading supplier of professional sound systems since 1968. Headquartered in Chester, Pennsylvania, Community distributes its products to over fifty countries on six continents. Visit www.communitypro.com for more information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Red Sox Spring Training Takes a Step Up With Community

Fort Myers, FL, April 2012… For sunbirds and residents of Arizona, Florida and other warm-weather environs, baseball’s spring training is a special treat. It’s a time to catch an intimate pre-season game and view a team’s favorite and newest players, in a casual, up-close and personal environment.

Boston Red Sox fans are particularly pleased these days, thanks to the opening of the new Jet Blue Park in Fort Myers, Florida. The 11,000-capacity venue is a striking bit of architecture that affords great views from virtually every seat in the house, and excellent sound thanks to a high-end audio system that includes a selection of Community WET and R-Series weather-resistant loudspeakers. The audio system, designed by WJHW’s Gary White and installed by Jupiter, FL-based Peerson Audio, was a relatively routine project, though as Peerson’s President Allen Peerson explains, the new venue’s architecture presented a few minor challenges.

“The asymmetrical roof covering the seating areas is ornamental, rather than structural,” he says. “It’s designed to be a sun shade. So we had to go above the roof and rig the loudspeakers to the structural steel instead. That meant working off the warning track with a lift to install them 80 to 85 feet high.”

Needless to say, that height also affects coverage patterns, all the more critical in spring training venues. “Unlike modern major league stadiums, spring training parks are typically located fairly close to residential areas,” says Peerson. “Achieving a tight coverage pattern is important in keeping the sound away from neighboring homes, and the Community WET Series offers an excellent coverage pattern. We did a pretty good job of it – even out in the parking lot, it’s pretty quiet.”

Audio for the main covered seating area is provided by a selection of 39 WET W2-228T loudspeakers, with a single R1-66Z and R2-52Z loudspeaker firing out into the bleachers and berm areas. Crown CTs-series amplification powers the system, and Biamp Audia units handle system drive and processing.

“South Florida gets quite a bit of extreme weather, including wind, rain and monsoons,” says Peerson. “The WET and R-Series loudspeakers also offer excellent weather resistance, making them an excellent choice for this project.”

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Community Professional Loudspeakers has been a leading supplier of professional sound systems since 1968. Headquartered in Chester, Pennsylvania, Community distributes its products to over fifty countries on six continents. Visit www.communitypro.com for more information.

Mid-Sized Church Gets Big Sound with StudioLive

VotP's Glen Hallmark

Baton Rouge, Louisiana, April 2012…  Voice of the Pentecost is a media-savvy church with a modern outlook and a contemporary worship style. It has a lively service and a fun-loving congregation, and music plays a major role in sharing the message.

The church recently upgraded their aging analog console, bringing in a PreSonus StudioLive™ 24.4.2 digital mixer. As Media Tech Glen Hallmark explains, the new desk has made a world of difference.

“Our old console was very constrictive for the things we wanted to accomplish, particularly for the musicians,” he says. “We have anywhere from six to ten musicians up on stage at any given time. The band is on in-ears, and the singers are using wedges. With the old mixer, we were only able to provide them with four monitor mixes. Everyone’s mix was a poor compromise, and no one really got what they wanted. Needless to say, it didn’t contribute to their performance.”

It also affected the sound in the sanctuary. “We were pumping so much volume into the monitors that we’d have to compensate by making the front-of-house mix louder,” says Hallmark. “At a certain point the service becomes less than enjoyable.”

The need for a new console was clear, and the church started researching their options. “We knew we needed a digital console to get the features we wanted, and we started researching our options,” Hallmark explains. “The StudioLive console had all the features we were looking for, and the price point was very economical – so economical, in fact, that we were initially a bit skeptical. But the more we looked into it, and the more we compared features, sound and build quality, the more impressed we were.”

Sound quality in particular was a major factor in selecting the StudioLive. “The preamps on this console are just fantastic,” Hallmark exclaims. “We’re using the same microphones we had before, but the choir sounds so much better.”

Hallmark states that the availability of more monitor mixes has also done wonders for the singers. “With our old console, all the singers got one monitor mix. Now we’re able to create three separate mixes for the singers, so we can give the altos, sopranos and tenors individual mixes. It’s been great for their performance.”

The StudioLive’s remote-mixing feature was an unexpected plus. “I’m using the iPad® to mix pretty much every service,” Hallmark reports. “It enables me to sit with the congregation and hear what they’re hearing and to be a part of the service, rather than being tied to the console. My wife is on the prayer and worship team, and we’ve got a young daughter, so the iPad remote also allows me to go out and sit with my family.”

The band wasted no time in learning how to adjust their own monitor mixes. “QMix™ is great,” Hallmark says. “Each of the musicians has their own little iPod touch® for controlling their mix levels.”

The StudioLive desk does more than just deliver a great in-house mix, though. “We archive every service online,” notes Hallmark. “We record CDs and DVDs as well. We record everything to Capture. I’m able to fine-tune the mix and adjust the vocal levels, and I save a backup file of every service. I dedicate one monitor mix specifically for the Web feed, so I’m able to create a different mix from what’s in the room, and easily monitor what it sounds like going out over the Web.”

Those recorded services are also useful for other purposes. “I can pull up a mix when the room is empty and try out different compression and effects settings, without worrying about affecting the live sound,” says Hallmark. “And because our audio staff is largely volunteer-based, I can pull up a mix to train a volunteer on how to run the console, without the stress of teaching them during a service.”

Hallmark says the congregation has also noticed the improvement. “People have been complimenting us on the sound of the services,” he reports. “It is just incredible what this console has allowed us to do.”

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Founded in 1995, PreSonus Audio Electronics, Inc., is a leading designer and manufacturer of audio-recording software, hardware, and related accessories. PreSonus software, microphone preamps, signal processors, digital audio interfaces, mixers, control surfaces and other products are used worldwide for recording, sound reinforcement, broadcast, sound design, and Internet audio.

Chicago’s College Church Offers a Landmark Iconyx Installation

Wheaton, IL, April 2012... Founded in 1861 with close ties to Wheaton College, College Church has achieved a reputation as one of the most influential churches in America.

The stunning Georgian Revival-style building on Washington Street that the church calls home was built around two decades ago. It’s an architectural gem that boasts high glass ceilings, soaring columns, and a U-shaped wrap-around balcony. The room’s acoustics provide a wonderful complement for the piano, pipe organ, and choir that typically accompany most services. But that same architecture has represented a long-standing challenge for spoken-word intelligibility. As Greg Dieckhaus, President and CEO of Bolingbrook, IL-based Practical AV Solutions explains, the church has been through more than one attempt at addressing the issue.

“It’s a gorgeous building, but problems with intelligibility and consistency of coverage have plagued them since the beginning,” says Dieckhaus. “It’s not just the high ceilings. The room itself is somewhat U-shaped, with gallery seating along the sides and back, covered by a balcony level. The resulting acoustics tend to cause some odd reflection patterns.”

The sanctuary’s original audio system comprised severalhundred small speakers mounted underneath the seating, pointing downward to reflect off the tiled floor. “It was a distributed, under-pew system, the concept being that it would bring the sound very close to the listener,” says Dieckhaus. “It was a great idea in theory, and it did address their aesthetic concerns, combined with some full range loudspeakers built into the organ loft above and behind the chancel platform. But in practice it failed to deliver the desired results.”

“We abandoned the under-pew system within a matter of months,” says Tim Hollinger, the church’s Technology Manager. “We experimented with several alternative options over the next year, eventually settling on a more traditional center cluster design. That served us for about 18 years, and was considerably better than the original system.”

Eventually, though, it became clear that the main issues were with the building’s acoustics, which needed to be addressed before the audio system itself.

“It’s a gorgeous but somewhat cavernous space that, frankly, has the potential for standing waves that can go on for up to two or three seconds, no matter how good the sound system is,” says Tim Hollinger, the church’s Technology Manager.

Recognizing that, Acoustician Gregory Miller of Chicago-based Pin Drop Acoustics was brought in to evaluate the space. As Dieckhaus observes, Miller was chosen for his unique approach toward acoustics.

“Greg is a person with a strong performing arts and music background,” says Dieckhaus. “He has a great love for traditional, unamplified music, and is very conscious of the acoustics of a space and how they affect the music. He approached the project with the clear mission of improving speech intelligibility without destroying the room’s unique musical acoustical characteristics.”
“Greg determined that the best solution would combine acoustic treatment with a redesigned sound system, and brought us in to look at revamping the speaker system as well,” says Dieckhaus. “The first thing that came to mind for me was the Iconyx IC2 digitally steerable array from Renkus-Heinz. I had used Iconyx in many other churches and knew it worked well in very challenging acoustical environments. I had educated myself on the new IC2 model and was confident it was the right system for this application. This particular church has a rather wide chancel stage, without a lot vertical elements to position a column array.” The IC2 system, comprising a two-box array mounted above the chancel platform, was installed by Pentegra Systems of Elmhurst, IL. The IC2 system is augmented by four Renkus-Heinz SGX81 two-way 8-inch cabinets, installed to provide coverage to the over-balcony seating. Another pair of SGX81 boxes are installed as monitors for the chancel choir.To that end, Miller designed a system utilizing diffusers, rather than absorption, to treat the room’s excessive reflectivity. “The musical aspect of our service is very important, and the sound of our organ and choir in particular,” says Hollinger. “Sound absorption was never an option for us, so Greg Miller’s approach of using diffusion was really the right one for us.”

Dieckhaus says the IC2 proved to be the ideal choice for controlling the sound within the space. “It was clearly able to place the sound where we needed it and keep the directivity under control without firing at the walls, ceiling and other reflective surfaces.”

For Hollinger, the challenge of treading the fine line of improving the room’s intelligibility while retaining its signature acoustics has indeed been met. “Spoken word intelligibility is vastly improved, and as our organist put it, we’ve done no damage to the music. Given that he’s one of our most discerning listeners, that’s perhaps the ultimate compliment.”

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Headquartered in Foothill Ranch, California, Renkus-Heinz, Inc. is the worldwide leader in the design and manufacture of audio operations networks, digitally steerable arrays, powered and non-powered loudspeakers, system specific electronics and fully integrated Reference Point Array systems.

 

VUE Audiotechnik Announces Multi-Year Development Partnership with Materion Electrofusion

VUE Audiotechnik to deliver high performance transducers based on Materion Electrofusion’s Truextent® brand acoustic beryllium

San Diego, CA (April 11, 2012) – Following their recent launch at the Pro Light & Sound expo in Frankfurt, VUE Audiotechnik today announced a development partnership with Materion Electrofusion, the world’s leading supplier of genuine beryllium and other advanced materials for high-end acoustic applications.

VUE Audiotechnik and Materion are currently developing a family of compression drivers based around Materion’s Truextent acoustic beryllium. Extremely stiff and lightweight, beryllium offers a unique combination of properties that dramatically reduce mechanical deformation (breakup), shifting the resonant frequencies inherent in more conventional materials outside the audible range.

VUE Audiotechnik’s unique application of beryllium will first appear in a family of 4-inch down to 1-inch HF transducers—all delivering significantly lower HF distortion at higher outputs than the most advanced titanium or aluminum solutions available today.

 

“Materion shares our commitment to expanding the boundaries of loudspeaker performance through the application of advanced technologies at all levels,” explains Ken Berger, CEO of VUE Audiotechnik. “Their Truextent beryllium is the result of significant research and development efforts to move beyond the limitations of more traditional materials. We’re extremely excited to deliver this technology and its unique performance advantages to VUE customers.”

VUE Audiotechnik’s proprietary beryllium-based compression drivers will be the “crown jewels” in a range of premier loudspeakers debuting as early as this Spring. At the same time, Materion and VUE are also exploring future applications of beryllium, including its benefits beyond HF reproduction alone.

“We’ve been looking for a development partner to bring our technology to the sound reinforcement market worldwide with the right combination of fresh thinking, nimble manufacturing, and a global distribution network,” remarked Steve Willenborg, Truextent Product Manager at Materion Electrofusion. “VUE Audiotechnik is the perfect partner to showcase Truextent acoustic beryllium through the development and deployment of a wide range of professional loudspeaker systems that greatly exceed current performance benchmarks.”

About VUE Audiotechnik

VUE Audiotechnik is a California-based designer, manufacturer and marketer for professional audio systems for a broad range of sound reinforcement applications including: touring sound, theatre, club sound, portable PA, houses of worship and commercial audio. A truly global company with a local feel, VUE Audiotechnik is committed to achieving the absolute highest level of loudspeaker performance through a “real-world” design philosophy utilizing advanced technologies and manufacturing techniques, all backed by an unwavering commitment to support, service and long-term relationships. 

 About Materion Electrofusion

Materion Electrofusion is a business of Materion Corporation.  Based in Fremont, California, Materion Electrofusion supplies high-purity beryllium components to the acoustics market.  It operates a manufacturing facility in Fremont with sales and distribution sites in Europe and Asia.  Materion Corporation, through its wholly owned subsidiaries, supplies highly engineered advanced enabling materials to global markets. Products include precious and non-precious specialty metals, inorganic chemicals and powders, specialty coatings, specialty engineered beryllium alloys, beryllium and beryllium composites, and engineered clad and plated metal systems. Headquartered in Mayfield Heights, Ohio, the Company serves customers in more than 50 countries. It has operating, service center and major office locations throughout North America, Europe and Asia, and employs approximately 3,000 people worldwide.

Truextent is a registered trademark of Materion Brush, Inc.

Technosound Chooses Community to Provide Indoor and Outdoor Solutions for Bkerké

Lebanon, April 2012… Built in 1893 and located 650 meters above the bay of Jounieh in Lebanon, Bkerké is the See of the Maronite Catholic Patriarchate.  Like many ancient religious buildings the architecture is beautiful and the acoustics challenging.  For its new sound system the Church commissioned Lebanon-based pro audio specialists, Technosound, to provide a solution that would give the highest quality audio with the minimum aesthetic intrusion.  A combined system was required to provide sound for both the interior of the main church and also for selected areas outside the building.

“For the main area inside the church we chose Community’s ENTASYS three-way, full-range column line-array loudspeaker systems,” said Pierre Fahed of Technosound.  “Their wide horizontal and very narrow vertical dispersion gives excellent coverage with minimal overspill to the reflective surfaces of the room.  The ENTASYS also provides the highest intelligibility from a very slim column, which merges well aesthetically.  To minimise intrusion we painted the units locally, to match the building’s stone interior.”

For the outside areas at the front entrance and the courtyard, Technosound utilised Community R.25-94TZ two-way, full-range, all-weather systems, with a 90 x 40 degree coverage pattern.  “For sound quality combined with long-term outdoor reliability, Community’s R-Series are unequalled,” said Fahed.  “Their compact size and discreet colouring were again a big advantage in minimizing visual impact.”

To ensure high quality voice for the system, Technosound supplied a range of AKG microphones, including two AKG WMS450-P wireless, four AKG CGN521E goosenecks, four AKG C5 condensers and one AKG D5S vocal mic.  These are mixed via an Allen & Heath ZED22FX with an ART MX225 distribution mixer for zone control.  Processing is handled by a DBX DriveRack PA+ and the loudspeakers are driven by QSC PLX3602 amplifiers.  Two QSC K10 active loudspeakers provide foldback for the choir and the system is complete for recording and playback with a TEAC CDP650 CD Player and a TEAC CDRW890 CD Recorder.

“Community really did have the ideal solutions for this installation, inside and out,” concluded Fahed, “visually discreet with excellent sound quality, ideal coverage patterns and assured reliability.  Most importantly, the Church is very impressed and completely satisfied with the new system.”

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Community Professional Loudspeakers has been a leading supplier of professional sound systems since 1968. Headquartered in Chester, Pennsylvania, Community distributes its products to over fifty countries on six continents. Visit www.communitypro.com for more information.

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Riverside Casino Gets Filled In with Renkus-Heinz Point Source Array

Riverside, IA, April 2012… The Riverside Casino & Golf Resort has positioned itself as a unique Midwest destination, offering Las Vegas-inspired gaming and slot machines in a resort setting featuring luxurious accommodations with panoramic views of its world-class golf course, an indoor/outdoor pool and other amenities. The resort, located just south of Iowa City, is also home to a multipurpose Events Center that offers a busy schedule of top name entertainment featuring artists like Big & Rich, Peter Frampton, The Robert Cray Band, and Tony Orlando, as well as hosting corporate, community and private functions.

The resort has recently upgraded their in-house audio capabilities with the installation of four Renkus-Heinz CF101LA modular point source array speakers. As Marvin Smejkal, owner of Sound Concepts, a production sound installation and rental company with offices in Iowa, Missouri and Florida, explains, there were a number of challenges at the Riverside Events Center.

“The original in-house, distributed voice reinforcement system was insufficient for many of the venue’s functions, but it was generally cost prohibitive to bring in a larger rental rig,” says Smejkal, adding that the self-powered CF101LA loudspeakers serve a dual purpose, both as a primary voice reinforcement system for smaller events and as center in-fill for larger PA rental rigs.

“The venue has unique requirements due to an exceptionally wide stage,” says Smejkal, “and when we bring in a large PA for concerts, the speakers have to be positioned in a wide configuration, making a center-fill necessary. It was costly and time-prohibitive to set up and tear down a flown center cluster on a show-by-show basis. Now, the CF101LA system can be used as the primary PA for small and mid-sized events, and as a center fill to augment a larger PA systems for big concerts.”

 Smejkal designed and installed a basic four-speaker setup requiring no additional processing or EQ. “The venue has a portable audio/visual mixer for breakout rooms, which can simply plug into an XLR in for smaller events. The CF101LA speakers are incorporated into every large show; when we come in we have a program to add them into our rental system.”

“The self-powered speakers are a cost-effective option when there is limited space to permanently install additional equipment in a venue,” Smejkal continues. “The CF101LAs are convenient, and are fulfilling a wide variety of needs, both as a stand-alone system for the venue’s day-to-day needs, and in the demanding role of center fills when larger line arrays are widely spread for larger events.”

The CF101LA speakers proved to be a unique problem solver, he concludes. “Those speakers deliver at that price point. We will use them again.”

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 Headquartered in Foothill Ranch, California, Renkus-Heinz, Inc. is the worldwide leader in the design and manufacture of audio operations networks, digitally steerable arrays, powered and non-powered loudspeakers, system specific electronics and fully integrated Reference Point Array systems.

Jeld-Wen Field Powers Up with Community

 

Portland, OR, April 2012… One of Portland’s storied sporting arenas, Jeld-Wen Field has been reborn following a $40 million renovation. Originally opened in 1926 as Multnomah Stadium, the venue has hosted a number of landmark events, including one of the first-ever outdoor rock concerts when Elvis Presley performed there in 1957. Now home to Major League Soccer’s Portland Timbers, the remade Jeld-Wen Field boasts 5,000 new seats, bringing its capacity to 22,000, with more than 800 square feet of LED video screens and a state-of-the-art sound system featuring Community Professional Loudspeakers.  Previously, the stadium had been used as a Triple-A ballpark utilizing 36 R2 all-weather loudspeakers. The format change to Major League Soccer called for additional Community WET-Series 15″ two-way and 15″ three-way systems and R-Series R.5 weather-resistant loudspeakers. Designed by Wrightson, Johnson, Haddon & Williams, Inc. (WJHW), the audio system was installed by Denver, CO-based Empowercom.

 

 

Community Professional Loudspeakers has been a leading supplier of professional sound systems since 1968. Headquartered in Chester, Pennsylvania, Community distributes its products to over fifty countries on six continents. Visit www.communitypro.com for more information.

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