ChamSys had a lot to be happy about at the WFX Conference and Expo, recently held in Orlando, Florida. WFX provides education, hands-on training, networking, inspiration and creative solution options for ministry teams, including worship, tech, communications, facilities, and administration.

In addition to drawing large crowds to the four training sessions it held at the show, ChamSys went home with a prestigious New Products Award for its new user-friendly console, the ChamSys QuickQ20.

A panel of judges drawn from leading church technical directors and the Worship Tech Director website selected the ChamSys QuickQ 20 for the honour. Key to their decision was the many features in the affordable, plug-and-play console that make lighting control readily accessible to virtually any end user.

“The worship market was clearly on our mind when we developed the QuickQ 20,” said Philip Watson, ChamSys USA director. “The console was designed to make it simple and straightforward for students, volunteers and part-time technicians at a house of worship to have hands-on control of dimmers, LED colour mixing functions and moving lights.”

With its intuitive smartphone-like 9.7” touchscreen interface, the ChamSys QuickQ 20 offers an easy path to setup, programming and playback. It is also rich in features that help to create an immersive mood at worship services by adding hue to a room. For example, its dedicated “Color Control Area” includes hue and saturation encoders.  The console also allows users to select colours from in-built palettes and gel libraries using the touchscreen.

“We’re very happy and honoured to receive this award,” said Watson. “Our team paid careful attention to the needs of churches when designing the QuickQ 20, so this recognition is especially gratifying.”