Clearwater, Florida - So what do we think about Ultra HD? We are not soothsayers, but we think this one is here to stay. Unlike 3D, almost all major content providers we have spoken to are developing 8K roadmaps, where 4K will be an intermediate step. Television is typically still considered a shared experience, even when strictly talking about over the top content. 3D in many ways was not a shared experience and one of the reasons for its failure we feel. Interestingly enough, there are some who think 3D will eventually make a comeback on the coat tails of Ultra HD, albeit perhaps in a different form like Oculus Rift. This is certainly not out of the realm of possibilities.
New York - ANC Sports recently chose COMMAND Corporation to complete a design & integration of replay control for IONA College and the University of Louisville Soccer. The projects were designed around extremely tight budgets but provided the clients functional, feature rich systems nonetheless. ANC has been a great customer for many years now and also relies on COMMAND Corporation for a variety of conceptualization and design services as well as infrastructure equipment in support of their board products. Some other projects have included the Pacers, Mariners, Dodgers, Penn State, and so many others. Their VP of projects and integration has told us that the reason they rely on COMMAND is because of our great pricing, attention to detail, and responsivness. COMMAND Corporation really is customer focussed at all times.
Largo, Florida - New Testament Baptist Church recently chose COMMAND Corporation to help them rennovate their aging sound system. They had a limited budget but knew that their speaker system and amps needed to be replaced, plus they badly needed DSP. We had previously completed a similar sized project with BLDG28 in Countryside using the EV-Xi1082 speakers with really good results. BLDG28 is a storefront church with low drop ceiling, and New Testament Baptist Church also has a low ceiling. So we wanted a fairly low profile speaker that could be mounted horizontally with the proper horn rotation.