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The TSI Difference

We specialize in Audio, Video, Lighting, Acoustics and Broadcast Systems for Houses of Worship since 1989.
TSI can design and install your system from the blueprint to the finished product. We are a green company dedicated to the reduction of energy consumption through innovative new technology such as Digital Audio Systems and LED Lighting. We are dedicated to on going system support long after the sale. Training on all media systems is available on your system at your facility. Below are some key points that make TSI the right choice for your system needs.

  • $65 per hour service call rate.
  • No trip charge.
  • Free basic consulting services.
  • Free 24/7-phone tech support.
  • $65 per hour Bench Tech services.
  • 21 years experience specializing in Churches
  • Turnkey system design.
  • Use of “Green” technology.
  • Free initial system evaluation.
  • Financing Available.
  • 1 Year Quality of Workmanship Warranty is standard.
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Featured Project

TSI featured in Nov/Dec 2011 issue of Church Production magazine.

How'd They Do That?

Powerhouse Christian Church - Houston, Texas

What was originally estimated to cost $200,000, the church wound up getting for $30,000.

Powerhouse Christian Church of Houston needed to created a high-impact video presentation while remaining budget conscious. The church estimated that an HD system with edge-bleeding capatibility would cost well over $200,000 and require a truck full of gear - way over the church's budget and out of consideration.

The church called in Texas System Integration (TSI) based in Dallas/Fort Worth area to help them think through the options. TSI senior consultant Jim Martin explored many possibilities, including the high cost of a new HD camera and video system. The final design that TSI integrated for Powerhouse Christian Church is centered around a 42-foot triple-wide video projection system that is the focal point of the stage.

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"Because a 42-foot center screen would have been cost-prohibitive, they utilized screen paint surrounded by flat black wall paint."