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Case Studies – Page 5

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Dec, 2015
Hitachi Marketing

When music minister Donald LeRoy was given the task of ensuring that each of the nearly 400 worshippers who attend West Metro Church of God every Sunday morning could read the lyrics to songs, he selected two Hitachi CP-WX8255A projectors.

“The 30-foot ceilings in our sanctuary are steeply pitched and clad with dark wood,” he said. “At the floor level, the angles are such that it was difficult to find a way to project an image that was viewable for everyone while not being prohibitive for the choir.”

Rather than accept an unusually configured space’s awkward angles and sight lines as a fact of life, LeRoy made the problem part of his solution: He mounted the two Hitachi projectors to the ceiling and connected them to a media server via HDMI over Cat6 (HDBaseT).

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West Metro

02
Dec, 2015
Hitachi Marketing

In recent years, many facilities have replaced building sets for their holiday performances by using projectors in creative ways. Here’s a look back at some of our favorites.

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First Baptist Church, Allen, TX

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Studio Tenn, Nashville, TN

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Current, A Christian Church, Katy, TX

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Evangel Church, Long Island City, NY

18
Nov, 2015
Hitachi Marketing

Evening Entertainment Group, owner of numerous popular restaurants in Arizona, has outfitted several of its properties with Hitachi CP-WU8450 and CP-X8160 projectors for sports viewing, movie nights and a range of digital content.

Hi Fi Kitchen & Cocktails is a music-centric restaurant and bar with locations in Scottsdale and Tucson. Serving a full menu late into the night, Hi Fi provides a rock-and-roll atmosphere and cutting-edge audio/video systems. Both locations feature three Hitachi CP-WU8450 3LCD projectors, which offer simple and user-friendly functionality and easy installation. With a convenient motorized lens shift, and a 360-degree vertical tilt angle, images can be seamlessly adjusted and moved at the touch of a button. Plus, with a wide range of optional lenses, the CP-WU8450 can adapt to any environment.

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Evening Entertainment

18
Nov, 2015
Hitachi Marketing

When Ceronix founder and president Don Whittaker decided that brighter images were needed to accompany presentations and special events, he selected a Hitachi CP-HD9320 with the SL702 short throw lens to do the job.

In addition to the projector’s brightness, Whittaker cites many other features that make the Hitachi CP-HD9320 a great choice. It’s easy to feed the projector content from laptops or thumb drives. The lamp life is 20,000 hours, by far the longest of any projectors he evaluated. He considers the optics superb, with perfect rectangles enabled by automated vertical and horizontal corrections. Finally, he appreciates the ease with which the projector can be operated. With the specifications for each of the three rooms in which it’s used programmed into the projector, Whittaker is confident that anyone can plug it in, press no more than three buttons and start the presentation.

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Ceronix

13
Oct, 2015
Hitachi Marketing

Crossroads Community Church was looking to create a more interactive worship experience and combined three Hitachi CP-WX8265 with theatrical stage lighting to set a visual scene that covers the entire front panorama of the church.  The church needed projectors that could deliver no matter how far from the source or the type of surface they hit. Hitachi was able to fulfill the church’s needs with the highest-quality images.

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Crossroads