Audio Visual Companies in Cincinnati in the Time of COVID and Quarantine

Eight weeks ago Access Audio temporarily closed its shop and office doors, along with most of our customers around the region, in response to Ohio’s Stay at Home order. We’re happy to be back with our gear and in the office now, but all signs point to “normal” still being a long way off for our industry. We are grateful to have been able to safely help our customers in creative ways throughout quarantine and grow alongside them this season in ways we never imagined, and we’re energized to carry new ideas over into the next several months as large gatherings remain on hold.

Here’s a look at a few projects we supported over the last two months:

Team member Silas installing QSC Audio products along with some Video monitors for The Village Church.

 

Behringer X32 Digital Mixer Install at Hilltop Baptist Church in Fairfield, Ohio.

 

Blackmagic ATEM mini’s and UltraStudio HD Mini deliveries to customers to make sure they were set up with all they needed while things were/are shut down.

 

When the Stay at Home order prevented visitors at Bailey Place nursing home, our team member Dan Scheid stepped in to set up eight streaming stations so residents could stay in touch with loved ones.

 

LED lights adorning Florence Baptist Church in celebration of Easter.

 

The Access Audio team prepared Princeton Pike Church of God for an outdoor drive-in Mother’s Day service using our Vue Audiotechnik line array, FM Transmitter, Shure PSM900 IEMs, Shure ULXD wireless, and Yamaha CL5.

 

We have always been in the business of problem solving—now is no different. Please do not hesitate to reach out if there is any way we can serve you—no project or idea is too big or too small. We always have been, and always will be, here to help!

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