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California School Gets Hitachi

California School Gets Hitachi

BREA, CA—Students of the Arovista Elementary School in Brea, CA are now expanding their learning capabilities through riveting and visually oriented lessons, thanks to Hitachi CP-X2010 3LCD projectors.

Security Works recently provided 12 of its Digital Classroom Bundle Technology Workstand 9095 units, which included the CP-X2010 projectors and ELMO Document Cameras, to the school. The technology is securely bolted down to the wheeled carts, preventing theft and tampering while also providing an easy method of moving the valuable equipment around campus.

SANFORD, FL—Discovering Astatic was a breakthrough for Richard Wagoner, associate pastor for music at the First Baptist Church of Sanford. “We got the 1600VPs just before a concert featuring our children’s choir,” Wagoner said. “Anyone who has tried to mic a children’s choir knows how challenging it can be. We tested the 1600VP overhead mics out in rehearsal and there was just no comparison with what we had before.” The sensitivity of the 1600VP is rated at -29dBv (35mV) @ 1Pa, which gives it the ability to pick up even the softest voices.

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