Catholic Regional College (CRC) Caroline Springs has a student-centred approach to learning, one which focuses on giving all students the opportunity to reach their full potential. Their curriculum and programmes strive to challenge students to be the their very best both academically and in how they treat themselves and others. Students of CRC Caroline Springs are not only supported by skilled, talented staff members, but by the college’s facilities. Students are given access to the latest in education technology, which can be used to augment their learning experience in class and outside of it.
DIB Audio Visual worked with CRC Caroline Springs to upgrade the AV capabilities of their drama room.
This project involved the installation of a 75″ Sony Pro Bravia. With an ultra HD resolution, this monitor is perfect for classrooms. Its large size and its high quality make subject content displayed on it easy to read for all the students in the room. This was also wall mounted on a Peerless AV TrueVue wall mount, which can be adjusted to find the perfect viewing angle.
The audio system was also revamped using a concealed audio system, comprising speakers that run flush with the ceiling for a neat and tidy finish. These speakers are able to fill the room with audio from the monitor, as well as audio from an iPod or audio device connected using the additional 3.5mm audio socket.
Connecting to the monitor was made simple with the fitting of a HDMI input plate, allowing users to connect their device to the screen and display content locally.
What was also made simple is controlling the system. DIB designed and installed a Joey Micro 6 control panel that simplifies the use of the system. By assigning important functions (like powering the system, controlling the volume or selecting which source to display) to buttons, using the system is straightforward and hassle-free.