Omega Audio Video, LLC has competed comprehensive system integration for The Woodruff Arts Center in Midtown Atlanta. “Center Space” as it is known, is a multipurpose room that will be used for corporate speaking engagements, wedding receptions, art auctions, as well as many other uses including board meetings with video and teleconferencing ability. The system had to be easy enough for their guests to use and well hidden unless it is in use. The system is controlled with a Crestron control system via in-wall touch panels and an iPad. There are two Mitsubishi WD3300U projectors, one on each end of the room that hides in the ceiling until needed thanks to the Vutec’s VT-14 projector lifts. The Mitsubishi DLP® projectors shine at 4,000 lumens and 2300:1 contrast ratio and are built for 24/7 use in large auditoriums, lecture halls or other venues The projectors shine onto 150” Vutec Lectric II screens that retract into the ceiling. The A/V equipment was built into the wall for a clean and hidden look. There are four zones of SoundTube Speakers and in-ceiling subwoofers. The amplification is by Crown amplifiers. The system is mixed with Biamp’s Nexia mixer that has amazing auto echo cancelling which made the wireless microphones able to be used anywhere in the space without feedback. So far the system has been used by board members, local celebrities, dignitaries and President Jimmy Carter.