January 2006 - USA: System designers and integrators Delta Systems Integration of Portland, OR, have recently completed
installation of a CAMCO-powered NEXO sound reinforcement system at Rolling Hills Community Church in Tualatin, Oregon.
The Church required a system that could accommodate the full spectrum of Christian music, from a quiet chamber quartet to full-on
Christian rock bands. This emphasis on live performance led them to NEXO's tangent array system, the GEO T Series, which has
been used in conjunction with NEXO Alpha.
Mark Smith of Delta Systems explains that the Alpha central cluster, which can be used in a L/C/R configuration with the GEO,
''also works as a stand-alone system, virtually a dedicated centre cluster for the pastor, and other speech reinforcement
applications.'' System amplification is a combination of CAMCO Vortex 4, 6 and 3Q, using 22 amps total. Four NX242 processors
with 4x CAMCO Vortex 4 amps are used for the PS Series monitor system.
John Harrel of the Rolling Hills Community Church says ''we are really enjoying our system, and it simply sounds amazing. A
couple of weeks ago, I mixed an 80-piece choir with a jazz trio that was just phenomenal. This system sounds as good at 90db as
it does at 110! You just don't find this with a majority of products on the market. ''
Delta Systems Integration