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PASCOM's expertise is working in architectural environments that are very reverberant and reflective.  These usually ornate and often historic spaces always require precision solutions that deliver the highest audio quality from products that can also blend aesthetically.   Projects in these categories are often served by a special class of loudspeaker known as a "digitally steered array".  

These software steerable loudspeakers incorporate a vertical arrangement of drivers paired with independent channels of digital processing (DSP) and amplification. They are steered using proprietary software that electro-acoustically manipulates the signal between adjacent drivers to develop a composite sound field capable delivering exceptional coverage uniformity and clarity. Especially in reflective environments.   

PASCOM's expertise with products from each of the leading manufacturers in this segment greatly expands our versatility, as these advanced systems require a specialized skill set. To better appreciate this technology and how it can benefit your facility, please contact our office to schedule a consultation. 

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Church of the Ascension
Hamden, CT
EAW - DSA-250 
Basilica of the Immaculate Conception
Waterbury, CT 
Renkus Heinz Model - IC-32 - Gen 5 - 2015
Sterling Memorial Library - Nave - New Haven, CT
Announcement and Paging System
Loudspeaker Array: Tannoy Model Q-flex 24 - Beam Shaping

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Basilica of St. John the Evangelist
Speech and Vocal Reinforcement System
Stamford, CT​
Loudspeaker Array:  Renkus Heinz Iconyx IC-32-II

First Church of Christ Scientist
Greenwich, CT

Loudspeaker Array:  Intellivox - 2C Dual Lobe Array - Beam Steering

St. John's Episcopal Church - Eagles Loft
High Res. Video Projection and Audio Reinforcement System
Stamford, CT​

Loudspeaker Array:  Intellivox - DSX-180  ​Beam Shaping

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Branford, CT 06405

Phone: 203-248-6813