Fargo, North Dakota –Frequent referrals from existing customers helps integrator Site on Sound win a wide variety of AV system projects. Recently, the company provided systems for four businesses located in Fargo’s historic Loretta Building. And, using a combination of good system design and appropriate product choices, Site on Sound was able to meet each customer’s needs while delivering consistently high quality sound in these four unique environments.
One of these businesses was ”Boerth’s Gallery”, an established Fargo art and framing gallery that includes a two-story wine bar, called “D’Vine”. For the wine bar, Site on Sound installed a foreground music system that offers patrons an upscale jazz and rock experience. This system consists of ten Community DS5 surface-mount loudspeakers driven by a Speco matrix mixer/amplifier and includes a CD player with a 3.5mm input.
Boerth’s Gallery itself received a background music system that creates an atmosphere to support the gallery’s unique collection of works from local artists. This system consists of four Community DP6 pendant loudspeakers suspended below the gallery’s open ceiling and a mixer/amplifier with a streaming music source.
Another of the four businesses was “Pinch & Pour/Fowlers Heritage”, a
clothing boutique that also sells premium extra virgin olive oils and Italian
balsamics. Pinch & Pour’s new system consists of five Community DA6
architectural surface-mount loudspeakers and a Crown 280MA amplifier with a
streaming music source. The system helps enhance the buying experience for
customers of this unique business.
The largest of the four businesses was the “Boiler Room”, a bar and restaurant
featuring live music. The Boiler Room’s new system includes ten Community DP6
pendant loudspeakers for its open-ceiling restaurant space, four DA6
architectural surface-mount loudspeakers in the bar area, a pair of D6 ceiling
speakers in the restrooms and two DS8 surface-mount loudspeakers for the
outside patio. The system is managed by a RANE CP66 six zone processor,
includes two large-screen televisions and is powered by a QSC CX204 amplifier.
For the Boiler Room’s live music, Site on Sound included a Shure GLXD24/SM58
wireless mic and a small Yamaha mixer that allows live acts to connect to the
Site on Sound provides AV systems for area churches, restaurants and retail
businesses as well as home and marine customers. The company also
installs car audio systems, offers AV rentals and has a retail store. Site on
Sound Installation Manager, Scott Tally, says his company’s experience with
this wide variety of customers prepared them to meet the unique requirements of
these four businesses. He chose Community’s D SERIES loudspeaker
family for all four projects because of its wide choice of models, sizes and
form factors and its ability to provide a consistently high-quality audio
experience in diverse environments like these.