PCD has built a reputation on supporting education, theater arts, churches, conference centers, hotels, and a wide variety of businesses through High Definition Audio/Visual systems. Our talented engineers design and implement world-class systems for theaters and concert halls across Northern California, ensuring that the sound can be comfortably heard from the back of the auditorium right to stage front center. Our high-tech solutions can bring a professional quality to your school theater. With every project, our experienced team takes the time to create an Audio/Visual system that works for your space and needs.
Recently, PCD is proud to have worked on the Palo Alto High School Performing Arts Center (cover story feature in the Sound & Communications magazine), a 538-seat performance hall that rivals big city theaters. State of the art design and equipment gives the space a professional feel, that lends seriousness to every performance by the theater arts program and allows the venue to be rented by outside organizations wanting to host productions and presentations. The Meyer Constellation active- acoustics system and the Digital Projection and Da-Lite screen provide an excellent theater experience. This fully equipped school theater includes top of the line loudspeakers, wireless microphones and power conditioners to deliver quality performances. The facility is used for rehearsals and performances of music, movies, drama, choir, and dance by the high school. This even provides a great venue for outside renters.
PCD is a supporter of theater arts and was pleased to work with other vendors and the school’s own internal AV team to create a performing arts center that is capable of hosting events that can carry sound to all 538 seats, stream video to the lobby for overflow situations, project movies, and is flexible to the needs of the performers whether it is an acapella group or orchestra. By working with the best engineering staff and high-tech software and equipment, PCD is able to create amazing spaces like Palo Alto High School’s Performing Arts Center. View the full article from Sound & Communications here: http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/544901a3#/544901a3/47