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A notable feature of the 3000 Series is the ability to set a backup frequency, either manually or via group/channel, and assign it to the function button on the transmitter. more

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Once at location “you simply pull the mixer off the back, plug the speakers into the mixer, and plug the mixer into the wall.” Even the necessary cabling is provided. more

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For just $2,995, you get a very capable package that won’t confound your volunteers while delivering remarkable quality video. more

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Add a couple of touch screens to the Ion Xe and you'll have a very powerful lighting control system for around $10,000. more

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The Z100 is a solid, well-built lighting fixture with professional five-pin DMX connections.  It is easy to configure and offers impressive brightness for the price. more

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The FS7 II is one of the best options available to church film teams looking for a camera that can switch-hit between cinema and documentary-style applications. more

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Besides great sound, the little things stand out—like the locking AC plug, dual pole mounts and the ergonomic handle.  For our reviewer, the hardest part of testing these speakers was returning them. more

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This new affordable ellipsoidal is very bright, and the CRI rating of 95 should satisfy nearly any church doing video capture. more

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One especially alluring finding for churches: The intuitive control surface and user-friendly menu system make the VR-4HD great for volunteer operators. more

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The Mevo is simple, with only a single button, one USB port and a micro SD slot. Yet it wirelessly connects to an iPhone and can use a 4G network to stream. more

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More than a mere upgrade, this camera is designed to compete directly with the best digital cinema imagers on the market today. more

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"As a long-time audio tech, it’s rare I use or test a product that really surprises me." more

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On the feature side, the parfocal MK18-55 T2.9 Cine Lens is designed to resolve cinema-quality 4K imagery. And that’s just getting started. more

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They’re solidly built, performed quite well in our evaluation and appear to be priced with a bullseye on small- and medium-sized churches. more

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Digico’s down-market venture continues with the new S31 which has a colorful, intuitive interface, great flexibility, and support for a wide array of digital audio networking protocols. It was a pleasure to test, and sounds great too. more

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Several standouts of this solid fixture: a large frosted lens with excellent optics, an enviable pallet of strobes, and a price that’s right for churches. more

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Compared to TouchMix-8 and TouchMix-16, TouchMix-30 offers more inputs and outputs, more effects, more processing, more flexibility, and more control. more

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This affordable projector sells for what a single NEC, Epson or Barco lens can go for. It could be the deal of the year for all but the largest houses of worship. more

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Designed for ultra-long throws, the new ULT-Series loudspeakers were developed by WorxAudio, the commercial loudspeaker division of PreSonus. No matter what we threw at these new speakers, they sounded great. more

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We found the ATH-E70 ideal for singers, guitar players, or even drummers. And the build quality should mean they deliver many productive years for your ministry. more

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