Case Study | Apostolic Church Replaces Legacy Projection System w/ Vibrant LED Video Displays
Apostolic Church of Barberton, OH was looking for a video display system to replace their outdated projection equipment. After working through the challenges of hunting for a better projection solution, considering the space and use of the display, and comparing price vs quality for both LED video display and projection display technology, Apostolic Church chose Neoti as their LED provider.
About Apostolic Church
Apostolic Church of Barberton, OH is a lively church built to accommodate about 1500 people in a 180° seating arrangement. Apostolic Church leaders use their display system as a communication tool to broadcast video announcements, identify speakers, display music lyrics, show scriptures, present informational slides, and provide instruction during worship courses.
Paul Pamer, Senior Pastor of Apostolic Church in Barberton, OH along with church leadership was in the market for a new quality projector that could accommodate the space (seating for around 1500 in a 180° seating arrangement) and compete with the significant amount of ambient lighting they were struggling with on a weekly basis. Since attendees of the church are frequently invited to move toward the front during service, the screen had to be crisp and clear from a distance and up close.
With all of these requirements in mind, Apostolic Church leaders started pricing the type of projection necessary to meet their needs. The price of such high caliber projection shocked church leaders. Naturally, they started weighing their options. LED was considered.
Apostolic Church leaders discovered that when they compared costs, the cost of LED video display was attainable from where they were with projection.
Apostolic Church did some research and gave Neoti a call. Neoti listened to their needs and provided Apostolic Church with the right LED Video Display product for them.
Apostolic Church’s Neoti LED displays have been well received. The new video displays have truer blacks, increased color contrast, and edge to edge color. The screens are easily read up close and far away and shine bright despite the abundance of ambient light.
“Don’t buy a projector until you look at an LED wall.” – Paul Pamer, Senior Pastor of Apostolic Church