We have just completed an audio-visual installation in a renovated chapel in Wadebridge which has now become the new home for R.J.Bray Funeral Directors. The installation required a stylish architecturally sensitive audio visual system for both the chapel used for services and the overflow room on the first floor. A 55″ Smart screen shows an HD quality image of service proceedings downstairs via a Dahua eyeball camera which will soon have the capability to record services or allow them to be streamed to non attendees on the internet. The sound system includes a Sennheiser wireless lapel microphone, an Audio-Technica slimline gooseneck microphone on the lectern and a Denon multimedia player as well as an audio link from the organ. RCF MQ series speakers have been used as much for their aesthetic appearance as their sound quality and the chapel also benefits from an RCF 100v line sub-woofer.
However, what really finished this installation off was the audio visual cabinet to house the hardware. Our client David Bray really wanted a cabinet that would sit sympathetically with the pews installed in the new chapel. So we contacted a local cabinet maker to see what could be done. We provided a very basic drawing for the dimensions and a photo of the pews. When it was delivered, we couldn’t wait to show David and below you can see why…………….
Our client couldn’t believe that it wasn’t made from another pew and to be honest nor can we!