Full Sail Installs Middle Atlantic Furniture
Las Vegas - Apr 8, 2002 - Full Sail Real World Education recently installed 22 of Middle Atlantic Products' Edit Center systems in its Orlando facility. The Edit Center systems were chosen as an alternative to designing and building custom furniture because of the furniture's lower costs and quick delivery times.
Edit Centers were installed to provide the students with a spacious, curved work surface as well as an overbridge that holds a pair of 19" video source monitors, a 13" output monitor and audio monitors. More comoplex suites include a pair of 22" video monitors along with a 13" monitor and audio monitors. Side-bay racks provide sound isolation, which is important in an environment where a lot of equipment is running simultaneously in one area. The racks are lined with absorptive material and include a gasketed plexiglass front door and gasketed solid rear door.
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