ANNAPOLIS JUNCTION, MD—An extensive FiberPlex LightViper fiber optic audio transport system was installed at Southern California’s MiraCosta Community College. The college recently completed a $21 million project to build a music technology classroom facility on its
ProSound owner Michael Krewitsky (left) with Christy Coobatis, music department chair for MiraCosta College in Oceanside, CA, where a LightViper system was installed. main Oceanside, CA campus. The new music technology building features a total of eight production control rooms fed by two large recording studios. All audio is routed through an extensive LightViper digital transport system via fiber optics.
San Diego-based ProSound, a LightViper VAR and audio design firm, handled all aspects of installation of the fiber audio components. Mike Krewitsky, owner and chief systems designer for the 30-year-old pro audio company, said, “This project was truly about designing, and then putting into place, an affordable infrastructure that will remain technically relevant for the next 10 to 20 years.”