Our Work
Whether your church is a 500 square foot A-frame or a 50,000 square foot auditorium, we'll provide the perfect solution for your sound and video needs. Here's how we do it:

1 EVALUATION: First, we meet with you to discuss your goals, your sound system requirements, any audio/visual needs, and your budget.
2 DESIGN: Then, using state-of-the-art software, we design the ideal sound system for your space and help you select the right equipment for the job.
3 INSTALLATION: With the approved design and architectural plans in-hand, our professionally-certified installation team goes to work.
4 TRAINING: Once your new system is installed and tested, its ready to perform. We attend your first service to make the final adjustments. We then train your staff to operate the sound, video, and recording equipment on their own.
5 SERVICE: We continue to provide service, support, upgrades, and products to our customers for years after the initial system is installed.
Conyers Christian Church Conyers Christian Church Conyers, Georgia
Conyers Christian Church is growing rapidly and moving in new musical directions. To accommodate the change we brought Bose into the picture. The two rear Bose Panaray are on a time delay filling the rear third of the chapel. The room is fairly tight acoustically so the sound is naturally beautiful. CD music has that "sonic" spaciousness to it.
System Components:
4 Bose 502 Panaray
1 Bose 802 Sub
Mackie SR24x4
Mackie 1400i power amps
Yamaha 31 band EQs
Rane compressors
Furman Power Sequencer
Yamaha SM110 monitors
CS200 power amps for hot spot monitors
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Solid Rock Baptist Church

Solid Rock Baptist Church
Solid Rock Baptist Church - Covington, Georgia
Solid Rock's seating capacity is app. 700. The seating at the extremes falls behind the pulpit making it difficult for the main system OAP C1.5 cluster to provide adequate sound to those areas. So, we tried an experiment with two Bose Panaray. Being that the Panaray have a very crisp top end we felt it might possibly blend well with the OAP upper and lower horns and take up where the horns leave off in the midrange. The transition is very smooth and amazed us all. Now there is even coverage in frequency and decibels as you walk through the area. We separated the two OAP C1.5 and created a fan type tilt to better spread the throw of the coaxial center horn. While this type of cluster tilt is rarely seen, it gave us a very even sound distribution across the room and also kept a good bit of horn from uselessly hitting the upper side walls and ceiling. It helped us keep the sound exactly where we wanted it. The OAP's are equipped with a BBE 842 enhancer which when adjusted properly blends excellent with the Bose Panaray and the delivery of their system processor.

Solid Rock has a great band accompanied by soloists, trios, and quartets. The system delivers the necessary clarity and power for handling all instruments and vocalists. The choir has app. 50 members and projects loud and clear with plenty of headroom to spare through six Crown CM31w microphones
System Components:
4 Bose 502 Panaray
1 Bose 802 Sub
Mackie SR24x4
Mackie 1400i power amps
Yamaha 31 band EQs
Rane compressors
Furman Power Sequencer
Yamaha SM110 monitors
CS200 power amps for hot spot monitors
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New Hope Worship Center New Hope Worship Center - Danielsville, Georgia
New Hope Worship Center in Danielsville has a circular chapel. We carefully hung and aligned the Bose Panarays to cover the balcony and lower seating. They did a great job here and everyone is well pleased with system. The first Sunday in operation they had a guest quartet come up and sing. They were great. With loud projecting voices and deep bass they filled the chapel with earth shaking vocals and the Bose just kept purring along.
System Components:
3 Bose 502 Panaray
2 EV Eliminator subs
Mackie SR24x4
Crown power amps
Yamaha 31 band EQs
Rane compressors
Furman Power Sequencer
Yamaha SM110 monitors
CS200 power amps for hot spot monitors
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Eastwood Baptist Church Eastwood Baptist Church - Conyers, Georgia
Eastwood Baptist is a gymnasium nicely transformed into a chapel. With carpeting, padded seats, and wall sound absorb panels helping to greatly reduce reflections, Eastwood has a great tight sound. Five OAP T152 cabinets with 12" speaker and horn are strategically aligned on an ATM rack. We chose the ATM rack not only because of it's strength but also because of it's appearance. Spokes allow for easy movement and placement of speakers.

Two OAP 18" subs gracefully lay under the stage providing the bottom end. A screen and it's projector are visible behind the array. An OAP choir monitor is also present in same area. An Allen & Heath 48 channel 3000 series mixer provides the mix and power comes from QSC amplifiers.
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Mt. Pleasant Mt. Pleasant - Covington, Georgia
Mt. Pleasant is a beautiful small church in Covington, Georgia. This type of church lends itself well to a custom cabinet we manufacture ourselves. The cabinet is composed of six 6" eminence woofers and one 60 x 40 Peavey horn. Clarity and balance between horn and woofers is excellent due to crossover network installed in cabinet. It blends beautifully and often goes unnoticed! The cab will handle 250 watts continuous if needed.
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Conyers Church of Christ Conyers Church of Christ - Conyers, Georgia
Conyers Christian Church expanded their chapel. Due to the newly expanded distance from the stage to the rear seats it was necessary to install two C3 cabs. The front C3 located above and in front of the pulpit covers the front seating while the rear C3, on a time delay, covers the rear. Due to the C3's tri direction sound dispersion, there is even sound on the sides and throughout the chapel.
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Starck United Methodist Starck United Methodist
Stark is an example of another C3 system. Two 6" woofers are in each of the three sections plus one horn below. Each speaker is rated at 100 watts RMS! The horn has a 60V x 90H firing range. We have installed over 30 of these units in the last 10 years and have never had a single horn or speaker blown or been defective!
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Cornerstone Baptist Church Cornerstone Baptist Church - Stockbridge, Georgia
Cornerstone's desire is to have good even coverage with the potential for wall shaking sound (if and when needed). We went with our tried and proven ATM half moon rack (our terminology), dressed with 5 EV FRi main speakers. The center speaker shoots the short wall. We have the outer two FRi delayed 4 ms and the inner two 2 ms. No delay on the center FRi. Wow!! After a few minor adjustments, we walked the room with Cornerstone's chief sound man Ricky Golden in a semi-circle with CD playing. The DB levels were steady and smooth without any noticeable bumps or dips. You need to hear this one!
System Components:
5 EV FRi-122/64
2 EV FRi-181S subs
5 EV Force 12" monitors
Crown Amplification
1 OAP choir monitor
DBX Equalizers
Allen Heath 3000 40 channel mixer
Sennheiser EW135wireless mics
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High Point Baptist Church High Point Baptist Church - Covington, Georgia
High Point has two Peavey 115TF cabinets flown together. They are a lower to mid priced cabinet but have a surprising capability of handling loud preaching and singing.
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Brownbridge Christian Church Brownbridge Christian Church
Brown Bridge was a tough job because of concrete floor, and sheet metal walls. We chose Bose because we felt a horn loaded system would cause more reflection. The Bose truly softened the sound in the building and helped us keep reflections down to a tolerable level.
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Haven Fellowship

Haven Fellowship
Haven Fellowship - Conyers, Georgia
STS Systems installs the finest screens available by Da-Lite. They are made with the best viewing materials, strongest motors, rollers, and other components. The last thing you want is to save a few dollars on a screen and have to replace the motor every year or two. The matte white finish is the most popular and provides a great panel for your projector's image to light upon. Viewing angles are of vital importance in screen selection. Too small a screen can be difficult to comfortably view from side and rear seating. Speaker placements with main clusters or choir monitors often must be raised to permit unobstructed viewing from balcony.

When it comes to buying a projector it is important to know how much light the projector can emit. There are many expensive units ranging in the thousands of dollars that have relatively low light emissions and therefore project a dim picture on your screen. Many factors contribute to the calculation of minimum ANSI-LUMENS required for your chapel or meeting room such as natural and in-room lighting, room size, shading, light dimmers, distance, and others. STS can evaluate all these factors and advise you on the projector required to provide you with a beautiful, bright, sharp image on your screen.
System Components:
Da-Lite 8x10 Boardroom Screen w/remote control
Eiki LC-XC1 3000 ANSI-LUMENS Projector
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