Eltham High School is a large co-educational school which has been working to educate students located on the urban-rural fringe of Melbourne since 1926. They have a precedence of engaging young people and inspiring through excellence, encouraging creativity and individuality. Their educational methods are effective as evidenced in their Year 12 students’ VCE results placing the school amongst the top ranking schools in Melbourne.
To retain their competitive advantage and engaging curriculum, Eltham High School encountered DIB Australia in order to update the audio-visual capability in six of their classrooms. This tech update was needed to stay at the forefront of educational technology.
In order to expand their visual capabilities, the EPSON EB-685W 3500 ANSI WXGA Ultra Short Throw Projector was selected. The EPSON EB-685W projector is an elite tech-tool. It is perfect for the bring-your-own-device nature of modern education as it is compatible with a wide range of devices. The projector produces ultra-bright images featuring 3,500 lumens which are unaffected by shadows or glare. Additionally, it boasts 10, 000 lamp life on ECO Mode.
Additionally, the DIB team installed an HDMI, VGA and Audio wall input for connectivity with a myriad of devices. These provide ease of connectivity with students and staff alike able to intuitively connect to the projector system.
In order to support the visual capabilities, DIB also installed two EPSON 15 Watt 2-way Stereo Speakers. This audio system makes a perfect addition to the modern classroom and engages students in an immersive sound experience. They allow every student in the classroom to easily hear the sound, no matter where they are sitting in the classroom.
To control this modern classroom fit-out a JED T440 Simple wall controller was installed. This wall control is a simple and intuitive mechanism and controls the entire audio-visual system.
For assistance with your custom audio visual requirements, contact a DIB Audio Visual Solutions Consultant today. Phone (03) 9457-4800 or contact us.