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Congregation B’nai Israel ensures a community focus with discreet Diversity Architectural Antenna

Congregation B’nai Israel ensures a community focus with discreet Diversity Architectural Antenna

Congregation B’nai Israel ensures a community focus with discreet Diversity Architectural Antenna


Forward thinking, community-centred, yet true to their faith, the Jewish community Congregation B’nai Israel, in Tustin, CA, describes itself as “welcoming, diverse and family-friendly.” Its music services are usually accompanied by two acoustic guitars and vocalists, but its existing wireless microphone system had been working against them. With its receiver located in a metal rack some 40ft from the stage and behind a solid, six-inch-thick wall, dropouts were becoming a regular occurrence.

However, in December, Congregation B’nai Israel’s integration partner, Mastermind Production Group, based in nearby Fullerton, upgraded the temple’s system, including installing a new audio console and increasing the wireless channel count to six from the previous four. But perhaps the biggest improvement was the addition of a Diversity Architectural Antenna from RF Venue.

“I’ve been using RF Venue’s Diversity Fin antennas for years on touring and rentals, and they’ve always performed perfectly,” said Chad Griswold, CEO at Mastermind Production Group, “Congregation B’nai Israel needed that kind of performance, but they also required that it be very low profile, as invisible as possible, to maintain the temple’s aesthetic appearance, so going with the new Diversity Architectural Antenna was the perfect solution for them.”

The Diversity Architectural Antenna achieved all of the desired goals – its all but invisible visual impact, for starters. “They nearly didn’t even notice it when or where I installed it,” said Griswold of the antenna’s discreet placement. “Wireless users can range anywhere throughout the venue, over 100ft from the stage to the back of the temple, without ever encountering a dropout or any other RF anomaly.”

“The Diversity Architectural Antenna is rock solid, just like all of RF Venue’s antennas are,” said Griswold. “They’re reliable and functional, exactly what you want an antenna to be. The added benefit of the Diversity Architectural Antenna is that is does all that and you’d never even know it was there.”

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