CES+ recently renovated and updated the historic Totah Theater in Farmington, N.M. with the latest in A/V equipment and services.
“This is not an everyday theatre as it plays a vital role to the community and its history,” said Alex Younger, CES+ CEO. “We are proud to be a part of its renovation, installing state-of-the-art AV systems while having our technicians on-site to ensure all of the vital components are installed and managed properly from the start.”
CES+ has installed a laser projection Barco Series 4, DOLBY IMS-3000 server with a CP950 sound processor and a 16-channel DMA16302 amplifier, JBL 7.1 passive audio system including speakers, surrounds and subwoofers, and a 28ft. x 15.2ft. retractable screen from Severtson Screens. The auditorium is also fully equipped with Dolby hearing impaired devices. CES+ is also providing equipment and installation services
"We are excited to partner with CES+ for this installation as the Totah Theatre is an historic and unique venue," said Aaron White, Home Theater & Pro AV sales lead at Severtson Corp. "Our Giant Electric projection screen is the ideal choice to Totah's auditorium since it can be lowered and retracted at the push of a button, opening up the stage space for other performances and opportunities when not in use."
Opened in 1949 and used as a movie theatre until 1982, the Totah Theater thereafter was used as a performance theater. In 2006, the Totah Theater was converted into a multi-use performance hall. In 2020, San Juan County acquired, and in partnership with the City of Farmington renovated the facility to create a “Center of Film” for the region. The facility will now be used for film screenings and live entertainment events and will serve as the base of operations for Totah Studios, a joint venture between the San Juan County and the City of Farmington.
For more information, please visit www.ces.plus.