Oak Hills Church broadcasts worship services to thousands of viewers every week. Continuity between their six campuses is very important, and the infrastructure supporting their ministry cannot fail. With attention to detail, creativity, and strategic partnerships, All Pro delivered a state-of-the-art worship center that continues Oak Hills’ commitment to excellence.
WFM Staff · October 9, 2017
Max Lucado’s Oak Hills Church broadcasts their worship services to thousands of viewers across the United States every week.
Continuity between their six campuses is very important, and the infrastructure that supports their integrated systems cannot fail.
For their newest campus, Crownridge, church leadership had very specific requirements with regard to the audio and video components that were to be installed in the facility, as well as a firmly defined budget.
By the time All Pro was brought into the project, decisions in the structural engineering presented difficulty to the installation of the system design.
All Pro partnered with Meyer Sound to develop a strategy to enhance the audio coverage within the constraints of the space, and allow for more even frequency response at lower frequencies across the entire room.
Through this strategic partnership, other modifications were made to drastically improve performance of the audio system without impacting the budget. With regard to video,
All Pro partnered with Ikegami to provide high performance camera systems that feed into the distribution and broadcast system. In addition to the astringent video camera demands, selection and installation of a 3,800 pound, 29-foot-long LED video wall was critical.
With special attention to detail, innovative use of technology, and multiple strategic partnerships with industry innovators, All Pro delivered a state-of-the-art broadcast ready worship center that continues Oak Hills’ commitment to excellence.