With their sights set on upgrading their AV system, one of the largest non-profit organizations in Seattle looked to QSC and the Q-SYS Ecosystem to provide networked audio, video and control throughout their conference center.
Working alongside system integrator McKinstry, the conference center required a networked AV solution that would be compatible with their digital audio network and offered additional flexibility for their space. The conference center install consisted of three separate meeting spaces, each equipped with a Q-SYS Core 510i Integrated Processor that handles audio and control processing for each individual room, plus an additional Q-SYS Core 1100 Enterprise Processor that handles processing when the rooms are combined.
Audio is distributed throughout the facility via Dante™ network. “One reason we chose Q-SYS was because of its ability to scale to different room sizes while integrating with the existing audio infrastructure,” explains David Emmert, Sr. AV Design Engineer at McKinstry. “Each meeting room uses Dante-enabled microphones and peripherals that we were able to seamlessly integrate with Q-SYS.”