How Effective Church Audio Helps Us Connect, No Matter Where We Are
For most Americans, houses of worship are a second home. There, they connect with each other, their communities, and the spoken word.
It is no surprise that churches across the US look as beautiful as they do.
At Whitaker Technologies, we understand the role churches play in our homes, businesses, and communities across greater Philadelphia, PA, and South Jersey. We also know how church audio impacts the experience of worshipers, now more than ever.
Check out how a comprehensive, effective sound system helps houses of worship enhance the experience of their congregation, no matter where each worshiper may be.
From Efficiency to Security, Smart Lighting Makes Life Easier
While there are many functions you can make “smart” in today’s homes, perhaps the one you can appreciate most is smart lighting. It can streamline your daily life, help you save on energy bills and be greener, and add convenience and safety to your Haddonfield, NJ home. What’s not to like? Read on to learn more about what smart lighting can do and why it’s a smart choice for your home.
Here’s why you should leave home automation jobs up to the professionals
Smart homes consist of a number of gadgets and technologies installed throughout the home. But instead of using multiple remotes and control panels to navigate these features, you can simply use a single interface, known as the smart home hub.
Not only does a smart home system unify your home devices, but it also lets you have complete control with a touch or a voice command. But installing these systems is not an easy feat and definitely not something that should be done in a DIY project.
Here are the top seven reasons why you should avoid DIY home automation projects for your Cherry Hill, NJ, residence.
New FCC Frequency Changes May Make Your Church Microphones Illegal to Operate
In your house of worship, perhaps the last thing you worry about is wireless microphones. You have them as a tool for your church audio system, and your only concern is that they work correctly. But there's an FCC ruling from July 2020 that you may not know about, and it might affect your system.
How does this ruling affect church audio systems, and what do you need to do? Please keep reading below to learn more.