Navy Golf Course, Seal Beach, CA
The facility is designed as a first class golf club environment with an excellent 27 holes of golf. This is part of the same greens and fairways that Tiger learned his game on! As always the military is specific and demanding and RD stepped up to the call.
The exterior music and paging encompasses almost 50,000 square feet of application area and is done entirely with QSC AD-S152T speakers and QSC CX 404 amplification. A simple and durable head end is made up of Rolls Electronics and a custom attenuation and monitoring layout at the main rack. Simple, cost-effective and bullet proof dependability.
The Grille Restaurant is slightly more sophisticated with full component video distribution to a series of 42″ Panasonic HD plasmas. Seven digital satellite receivers serve the Grille, Pro Shop and VIP banquet rooms.
The VIP room is equipped with 16:9 projection video interfaced with satellite, local VGA inputs and a Sony Teleconferencing system. It also uses a custom QSC speaker application to create true 5.1 audio playback with custom ceiling grilles to mask the overhead powered subwoofers.
Three large banquet rooms can be combined or divided in multiple formats with the largest using a 200″ diagonal 16:9 Draper recessed video screen and 5000 lumen Epson projector on a recessed lift. All of the recessed speakers in the banquet rooms are QSC AD-C152T with JBL recessed subwoofers and one EV Vari-Intense speaker to create a center channel for speech or video playback when all the rooms are combined.
Processing is handled by EAW with true digital matrixing via remote wall stations complete with custom input plates in each of the three banquet areas. These of course are done in battleship gray! Once again all of the amplification is QSC CX series amps.
Perhaps the most unique feature of the entire system is a digital bell in the tower. The bell one sees is actually a fiberglass reproduction, but what you hear are four 70V horns with playback from a custom digital repeater in the Pro Shop. The two button command station chooses one of two very realistic bell sounds. This makes for interesting time chimes and Hole-In-One announcements.
Another mission accomplished for the RD Team!