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A Co-ordinated Church Audio-Visual System

The increasing use of amplifying systems, motion-picture projectors, tape recorders and other audio-visual equipment in churches brings a demand for better and more convenient use of these facilities. The advantages of interconnections between the different pieces of equipment, permanent wiring, and semi-permanent projection facilities are pointed out. A system embodying such facilities is described and some general suggestions made for designing special audio-visual systems.

JAES Volume 3 Issue 4 pp. 206-209; October 1955
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