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Press Releases

Polar Focus Provides Custom Pole Mount Interface – December, 2009


Six EV Sx600′s were recently installed at Welcome Stadium in Dayton, Ohio. Two clusters of three boxes, mounted from towers behind the press boxes, use EV SuperSAM brackets to grip the speakers. The question for Tony Klarmann, Senior AV Systems Project Engineer for Copp Systems of Dayton, Ohio, was what would attach the brackets to the tower.
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Standard Parts for Custom Design – March, 2009


Polar Focus Audio Rigging recently provided a custom rigging design for the St. John Chrysostom Church in Wallingford, PA. The scope of the work was the complete transition from the attachment to the roof structure down to the hardware that attaches to the loudspeakers, using standard Polar Focus parts put together in a custom design.
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Tilt Angle Balancing Act – February, 2009

Advanced Audio and Lighting of Peoria, Illinois was awarded the job of installing a new sound reinforcement system in Torrey-Gray Auditorium at the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago.
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Polar Focus Provides Engineered Interface Frame for VLA – December, 2008


The sound reinforcement system at Ball State University’s Scheumann Stadium was recently upgraded with fourteen JBL Variable Line Array (VLA) speakers. The VLA, in a five-four-five left center right side by side configuration, were mounted on top of the scoreboard at one end of the field.
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Good Audio Marches On – Aimable Mounting Essential to Precision Cardioid Bass Pattern – October 27, 2008


Polar Focus Audio Rigging recently designed and fabricated custom outdoor speaker mounting hardware for the Fort Gordon Parade Grounds in Augusta, Georgia. Fort Gordon is home to the US Army’s Signal Center and School, as well as a host of other command and agencies from across the joint forces of the United States.
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Start up the Sound – Performance with Economy – September 23, 2008

Just west of downtown Fort Worth is Weatherford, Texas, home to the Christ The King Covenant Church. The congregation has thrived for twenty years, occupying several buildings over that time. In March of 2008, they completed construction of their new, permanent home on Tin Top Road…
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Speaker Rigging the Wright Way


The congregation of Visalia EV Free Church, in Visalia, California, had decided to invest in a renovation of the sound reinforcement system in their church. They called on Rodney Wright of JD Audio Visual, also in Visalia California…
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Level Hang from a Slanted Ceiling – August 5, 2008


Todd Whitford of Gabriel Sound, located in Pompton Lakes, New Jersey, needed to hang two QSC MD-FP122/64r powered speakers in a gymnasium. The gymnasium is part of the St. Francis Church, in Metuchen, New Jersey…
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Polar Focus Designs Custom Clamp for Great Hall of Justice


It was a complex piece of engineering.” That’s what Bill Moore of Techniarts said about the clamp system, custom designed by Polar Focus, that he used to install a Renkus Heinz Iconyx IC24…
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Good Data In, Great Sound Out

The Institution Univers Chretien d’Haiti is a long way from the offices of Polar Focus, a professional audio rigging design and manufacturing company in western Massachusetts…
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Calling All Consultants!

Polar Focus welcomed many visitors to their booth at this year’s Infocomm show, held June 18-20 in the Las Vegas Convention Center. Their Consultant Support Program, or CSP, initiated in 2003, was welcome news to the many designers who stopped by and hadn’t used it yet…
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Pitman United Methodist: Reinforcing the Message – August 2007


On November 10, 1885 Pitman Grove Methodist Episcopal Church was organized, consisting of 43 members. In 2003, a fire destroyed the historic building in the center of Pitman New Jersey. During that time, the congregation had met in a school, a theater, and a converted hardware store. After years of planning and construction however, the new church is complete, featuring a 620 seat sanctuary…
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