And church sound systems shouldn’t be, either By Jak Daragjati, Owner, JD Systems As a practicing Catholic – born and raised – my family and I always make it a point to give the Lord one hour every Sabbath. Well, almost always. I am human. Being a parent who loves to travel, not to mention…
Do small business owners stand to lose big with President Trump’s proposed foreign trade policies? By Jak Daragjati, Owner, JD Systems Politics. The economy. The stock market. As a small business owner in New York, I follow these topics closely. And unlike many in my state during this year’s election, I didn’t look at the…
JD Systems, Inc. of Staten Island, NY designed and installed the Lost DayClub’s new audio system.
In the interests of consumer education – and maybe saving you some hassles if you’re looking at church video upgrades — we want to show you exactly why it’s a bad idea to hang consumer LED screens in your house of worship.
Ask yourself, and your tech team and worship leaders, these questions make sure your church audio video systems are in the best shape for Easter Sunday.
Crestron control and an interactive whiteboard make training more impactful for NRG personnel.
There’s no doubt room scheduling and meeting room reservation software can make life easier for anyone working in a corporate environment or a higher education facility.
Now that your Christmas mass or pageant is over, whether it was a simple service, a living Christmas tree or a Broadway-style event, you may have noticed a few bugs in your church audio and video systems.
As the sound and video systems in your church approach a certain age, it’s bound to happen. Your congregation won’t be able to hear the sermon one Sunday morning. Because the audio quality will diminish over time, your regular parishioners may adapt. It might get really bad before your worshippers even notice enough to say…
Here at JD Systems AV, like so many others, we’re spending time evaluating, focusing, and planning for 2016.