Paul’s Pals Fundraiser at Oak Ridge Country Club

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AV for You was proud to provide audio and video support to Paul’s Pals at Oak Ridge Country Club with Do Good Events.

For Audio we set up JBL VRX900 line array-speakers, QSC K10 speakers, a Mackie Pro FX12 12 channel mixer, an LTI Blox – laptop interface, Shure QLXD4 Combo wireless microphone kit – accompanied by our RF Venue Diversity fin antenna.

For Video we set up a Playback Pro computer, an Asus laptop, our Analog Way QuickVu video switcher, Decimator MD-HX to send video signal to our projectors, NEC 3000 Lumen HD Projectors that each sat on a Pro-jo Stand, and displayed on Da-lite 8′ tripod screens with skirting.

iHeart Media Booth at The Twin Cities Auto Show

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AV For You set up Video and Lighting for the iHeart Media Booth at The Twin Cities Auto Show in the Minneapolis Convention Center.

For Video we mounted two of our 60″ Vizio Monitors onto 10′ Truss Towers. We used our Decimators, which are HDMI to SDI/HD-SDI Cross Converters, to distribute high quality video to both screens simultaneously. We set up our Asus PC Laptop to loop a video of promotional material for the booth.

For lighting we provided two EchoCube Battery Powered Uplights in each truss tower and set the color to red to highlight the TVs in the booth.

Wedding Ceremony at Le Meridien Chambers Minneapolis

Picture of AV for You audio visual equipment set-up for a wedding at Le Meridien Chambers Minneapolis. Picture shows AV for You two k10s speakers with stands, a 4 channel mixer, 2 lavalier mics, a wired mic, and a 3k projector with stand and laptop.

AV for You is the premier provider for audio visual solutions for weddings and receptions in the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro area. For a wedding at Le Meridien Chambers Minneapolis we provided two k10s speakers with stands, a 4 channel mixer, 2 lavalier mics, a wired mic, and a 3k projector with stand and laptop.

Minneapolis Parks Foundation RiverFirst Initiative at Orvin “Ole” Olson Park

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AV for You was excited to provide equipment for the Minneapolis Parks Foundation RiverFirst event at the Orvin “Ole” Olson Park in Minneapolis, Minnesota. RiverFirst is a vision of transforming 11 miles of previously industrial Mississippi Riverfront as it flows through Minneapolis.

Picture of AV for You RiverFirst Initiative at Orvin "Ole" Olson Park set-up, featuring 3-75" Samsung Monitors on rolling stands, two laptops, one Quick Vu Switcher, SDI to HDMI converters to send the images to each monitors, 1-1202 mixer with 2 UHF-R wireless handheld microphones, all powered by our new 7000 watt generator and a truss podium as well.

To provide a visual impact and ensure easy sight-lines, we used three 75″ Samsung Monitors on rolling stands, two laptops, one Quick Vu Switcher, SDI to HDMI converters to send the images to each monitors, one 1202 mixer with two UHF-R wireless handheld microphones, all powered by our new 7000 watt generator. We also used a truss podium.

Minnesota State Fair: Minnesota Craft Brewers Guild

Picture, 2016 MN State Fair AV for You set-up at the Minnesota Craft Brewer's Guild

AV for You is excited to support a host of clients at the 2016 Minnesota State Fair, including the Minnesota Craft Brewers Guild.

Picture, of AV Equipment, Computer, Mics, Soundboard, used to support the Minnesota Craft Brewer's Guild at the MN State Fair

We used a 75″ monitor mounted onto a 10′ truss tower, four K10 speakers, three wireless hand held microphones, and a Mackie DFX6 mixer to support this event. Additionally, we provided a laptop for PowerPoint presentations.

Gustavus Adolphus College Christ Chapel 2 large screens with windows

A couple months ago we (AV for You) got a call about doing some large screens in a very challenging space. We went down and did a site inspection and the result was Gustavus Adolphus put on a great conference about slavery this past weekend. They had about 900 people attend  the keynote speaker who needed to show a PowerPoint presentation. Their beautiful Christ Chapel on campus was to be the location. The problem was the presentation was in the morning and there are 360 degrees of windows around the chapel. Our plan was to use 7.5×10 rear projection screens and pipe and drape the sides between the back of the screen and the projector. This tunnel of drape killed a lot of the light that would wash out the screens from the sides. In addition we used 6500 lumen projectors with short throw lenses as there was not a lot of excess space on the stage. Finally we also did about 50′ of pipe and drape along the east wall to try and stop the direct sunlight from coming into the building all together. There was still a great deal of ambient light getting in but the counter measures we took allowed for a very use able image in a very sun light hostile environment.

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