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TeachLogic, Pathway Communications team up on California amplification project

The companies have collaborated with Johnson Consulting Engineers to install mic-based systems in classrooms

Longmont, CO — TeachLogic, a leading provider of Sound Field solutions for the K-12 education market, has announced its products will be used in the second phase of installation in one of the largest classroom amplification technology contracts in California history. 

The teamwork combines the industry expertise of TeachLogic, Pathway Communications LTD, a highly regarded audio/visual systems integrator and expert in classroom communication systems and Johnson Consulting Engineers, California’s leading educational technology design consultants.

The installation is essentially a continuation of phase I that was originally designed by Johnson Consulting. The Phase 1 contract was awarded to Pathway in November of 2017. For phase II, Pathway will be installing TeachLogic’s popular Maxim III amplifier/receiver, Sapphire™ teacher microphones, IRH-35 handheld microphones, and SP-628 in-ceiling speakers in more than 400 classrooms.

“Pathway is pleased to continue working with the TeachLogic product at Palmdale Unified School District. The TeachLogic brand has a reputation of having high quality products that last a long time. This enables us to deliver long-term value to our customers like Palmdale USD,” said Paul Robinson, Partner at Pathway.

“We consider the specification of TeachLogic to be a testament to our mix of quality, unique features, and easy integration into the 21st century classroom. Johnson Consulting Engineering understands the classroom environment as well as anyone and working with them on a project of this magnitude speaks to the value of our product line,” said TeachLogic President Cody Sutherland.

This brings the total number of classrooms in Palmdale with TeachLogic Sound Field systems to over 800.

About Author

Tim Albright is the founder of AVNation and is the driving force behind the AVNation network. He carries the InfoComm CTS, a B.S. from Greenville College and is pursuing an M.S. in Mass Communications from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. When not steering the AVNation ship, Tim has spent his career designing systems for churches both large and small, Fortune 500 companies, and education facilities.

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