Tanner Creek Tavern
We’re proud to highlight our recent project at Tanner Creek Tavern, David Machado’s new restaurant located in the Pearl at the Hampton Inn. It was clear from our initial discussions regarding the design that David and Daren both have high standards for A/V systems in their restaurants, especially high quality audio. We spent a good amount of time talking about music, establishing that common ground made it easy to work with them and ultimately helped create a successful project.
Meeting expectations by achieving high quality audio can be a challenge in a lot of commercial applications. Speaker placement, room reflections, visual aesthetics, and competing sound from guests can prohibit traditional speaker installations from sounding the way we’d like them to. The approach we took with the audio system design at Tanner Creek relied on high quality pendant speakers and subwoofers distributed throughout the restaurant. The subwoofers accent the low frequency range of music but don’t overpower the speakers like you might experience in a club or live sound setting. The system is controlled by independent volume knobs at the host stand allowing volume to be changed per zone. For example, the music in the dining area may be lower than in the bar area to allow a more intimate experience for guests sitting down to a meal. The bar has great sound as well and still allows you to have a conversation with the person next to you, come have a drink and see for yourself. It’s worth it!
We also designed and installed A/V systems for two conference rooms that can be combined into one large space or divided to create smaller huddle rooms depending on the customer’s needs. The rooms include 65” flat screen displays, access to streaming music, auxiliary audio and video inputs, video distribution, as well as wired and wireless network connectivity.
As we are a turn-key low voltage company, we also installed data cabling and a surveillance system in the restaurant. These systems can be overlooked in the initial design off a commercial space but are extremely important in the day to day operation of any business. It’s our job to make sure our customers have reliable systems to allow them to focus on what they do best. Let us help you with your new project!
- James Jacobsen, Sales & Design Consultant