Sunbury College is situated in the heart of Sunbury’s township, the college has a strong connection with the growing local community. Sunbury College prides themselves in offering their students a supportive, interactive learning environment and encourages high academic achievement, equipping them to succeed in the rapidly changing global community.
Sunbury College engaged DIB’s to assist them in bringing their vision for their library space to life. The aim of the project was to transform their library space with a bright clean and easy to use Audio-Visual set up, which could be used for information evenings, events and presentations. Needless to say, the project was a success and space is one to be envied.
In order to achieve the main aim of the project, which was optimum viewability, DIB installed an Epson EB-L610U Laser projector complete with the 6,000 ANSI lumens of brightness. The Laser (lamp-free) range of the Epson projector line up offer amazing color brightness and high definition resolution, thus projecting a sharp and bright image. The projector also has Laser light source technology, which delivers a laser light source of 20,000 hours and is virtually maintenance-free. Which really brighten the space engaging its audience.
The Epson projector was partnered with an impressive motorised Grandview Smartscreen 130” 16:10 Projector Screen. This high-quality screen measures 2800x1750mm & was installed within ceiling in a new Recessed Screen Box which housed the screen when not in use. This enabled the screen to be completely concealed from view when not in use, enhancing the aesthetics of the space, as well as protecting it from damage.
The Projector and screen can both be controlled by the wall-mounted Extron MLC55 simplified 6 button AV Controller. This wall mounted controller was also programmed to switch sources, as well as adjust projector volume – completely removing the need for any remotes.
When it came to the audio aspect of the installation DIB recommended an Australian Monitor HSMIX, a bluetooth enabled mixer which enabled the integration of multiple audio sources within space, as well as an Australian Monitor HS2120 2 Channel 2x120W Amplifier. This core amplifier was used to power the front of house, CommunityPro Audio DS8 speakers, as well as the fill speaker which were 4 x Australian Monitor QF60CSCeiling Speakers with metal enclosures to assist in the reduction of audio ‘spill’ through the ceiling cavity into other spaces. A volume dial was also installed which allows the fill ceiling speakers to be turned down or off for smaller events, where the front of house speaker audio is sufficient.