TVS Pro and All-Star Bowling & Entertainment Delivers Immersive AV Systems

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Dan Austin, AV Sales and Design of TVS Pro, has helped design and install the AV systems in all All Star Bowling & Entertainment locations since 2009. This past year, Austin and his team (including Dalton Parker – Chief Technology Officer, Lonnie Martinez – Design Engineer, and Dave Begay – Lead Installer) at TVS Pro integrated AV-over-IP systems in the West Valley UT location. The site consisted of 70,000-square-foot complex with arcade (including virtual reality!), axe throwing, bumper cars, laser tag, 32 lanes of bowling, a step-above-normal snack bar, and five meeting rooms.

Read more about the challenges faced, the solutions that were made, and the results in the Sound & Communications Magazine – March 2020 edition!

 

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