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The construction of Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Pass Christian, Mississippi, was completed in a final sprint to be ready for the uniting of three Biloxi, MS-area parishes for their first Christmas service together in 2021. RF Venue gear anchors the church’s bulletproof wireless microphone system

RF Venue’s Diversity Fin Antenna’s patented cross-polarized design provides true diversity reception from a single package to capture signals from all of Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church’s wireless microphones

Most Holy Trinity’s Diversity Fin Antenna feeds its RF Venue DISTRO9 HDR antenna distribution amplifier which in turn feeds each of the antenna inputs on its wireless microphone receivers

The rear panel of the RF Venue DISTRO9 HDR antenna distribution system

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RF Venue wireless microphone accessories help Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church prepare for a dropout-free future


The parishioners of Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church are now worshiping in their new facility, next door to their former home, and RF Venue’s Diversity Fin® Antenna and DISTRO9 HDR™ RF distribution system are key elements of their wireless infrastructure


Ashland, MA, USA, April 19, 2022 — After years of work and planning, Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Pass Christian, Mississippi, welcomed parishioners to their new home last Christmas Eve. It represented a decade’s worth of effort, pulling together three separate Biloxi-area parishes: St. Stephen’s, St. Ann’s and St. Williams. The new church building was a solution to years of consolidation of parishes in the area. The project came to a rush finish for Christmas Eve 2021, shares Rain Jaudon, Owner at Magnolia AV Solutions, in Biloxi. “Instead of having around two weeks of a dust-free building to complete our audio and video install and commission the system, we had around 36 hours to get it up and running.” With teamwork and solid planning, it was ready for use by Christmas Eve 2021.
 
Wireless audio is a standard AV feature for houses of worship nowadays. Merging wireless gear into a facility can require some flexibility, as Jaudon’s experience illustrates. “There was a cavity built on the rear wall of the choir loft where the organ speakers are to be housed,” he shares, “and I had hoped to hide the Diversity Fin Antenna behind those fabric covered frames.” Unfortunately, the metal studs were 16 inches on center, which left too narrow an opening for solid RF reception. Fortunately, RF Venue’s Diversity Fin Antenna is easy to mount and position with pole or wall mounting. Jaudon relocated the RF Venue Diversity Fin Antenna externally on a nearby wall surface, which, combined with RF Venue’s DISTRO9 HDR antenna distribution system, provided the bulletproof wireless solution he’d anticipated.

“We’ve used the [RF Venue] DISTRO4 several times in the past with great success, and I’m more than pleased with the results from the new DISTRO9,” Jaudon says. “These systems work well with every brand of wireless system we install, and it is very comforting knowing that it will always ‘just work.’” Furthermore, he adds, power distribution and the ability to remove space-stealing wall-wart power supplies is another bonus of RF Venue systems. And underscoring the economic benefits of the products, he points out, “Having so much room for growth in the DISTRO9 means the church may never need to purchase another distribution system again, regardless of how many wireless mic systems they add in the future.

More information is available at rfvenue.com.

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Photo caption 1: The construction of Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Pass Christian, Mississippi, was completed in a final sprint to be ready for the uniting of three Biloxi, MS-area parishes for their first Christmas service together in 2021. RF Venue gear anchors the church’s bulletproof wireless microphone system

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Photo caption 2: RF Venue’s Diversity Fin Antenna’s patented cross-polarized design provides true diversity reception from a single package to capture signals from all of Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church’s wireless microphones

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Photo caption 3: Most Holy Trinity’s Diversity Fin Antenna feeds its RF Venue DISTRO9 HDR antenna distribution amplifier which in turn feeds each of the antenna inputs on its wireless microphone receivers

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Photo caption 4: The rear panel of the RF Venue DISTRO9 HDR antenna distribution system

About RF Venue
RF Venue, Inc., is an innovative and fast-growing developer and manufacturer of patented antenna and RF communications products headquartered near Boston, Massachusetts, USA. The company’s mission is to help anyone who needs to speak, listen, or perform – indoors or outside – communicate reliably without the distraction of signal dropouts or interference. The company provides high-quality affordable aftermarket antenna and accessory solutions to improve the performance of any manufacturer’s wireless microphone and in-ear monitor (IEM) systems. Markets include houses of worship, schools, business venues and performance spaces worldwide. RF Venue is known for its highly successful CP Beam™, RF Spotlight™ and Diversity Fin® antennas, along with other RF products. Visit rfvenue.com to learn more.


 

 

 

 

 

 


 


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