Symetrix Stars at St. Augustine HS
Part of the Roman Catholic Diocese of San Diego, St. Augustine High School moved to its current Nutmeg Street location in 1923. The first private school admitted to the San Diego City League of Athletics, its sports program is one of the finest in the city.
The school recently opened a new athletics building centered around the Fr. John R. Sanders Gymnasium, plus team rooms, locker rooms, a training room, a V.I.P. room, multiple offices, and a functional lobby that can be used for small events.
Nationally renowned AV systems integrator Sound Image designed and built a Dante-enabled sound system, managed by two Symetrix Radius 12×8 EX DSPs, which serve the gym and ancillary rooms throughout the new facility.
“This was a design-bid-build project,” clarifies Michael Fay, who was Senior Design Consultant at Sound Image during the project, and responsible for the audio, video and acoustic designs. Fay is now, he says, “three-quarters retired” but still consults on projects independently through his firm GraceNote Design Studio.