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Berean Church avoids costly update

Berean Church avoids costly update

Berean Church avoids costly update

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When updates to its existing digital mixers used for FOH and monitors were going to be too costly, Berean Church in Lincoln, Nebraska decided to invest in new Allen & Heath dLive S Class consoles instead. The church holds services in a modern sanctuary with room for 2,400 congregants. Its services are contemporary in nature with plenty of live music, and the church also hosts regular concerts from renowned Christian artists such as Jared Anderson.

After a demonstration of the Allen & Heath solutions from Inspirmedia, the church purchased a pair of dLive S7000 Surfaces (one for FOH, the other for monitors), a DM64 MixRack, a DM0 MixRack, a DX168 Expander and a Waves card from the local live event production company. ‘We were impressed with the dLive’s ease of use and sound quality and it had the features we needed at a price that fit our budget,’ said Berean’s technical director, Jon Sauer.

Berean services typically have more than 40 sources, including wired mics, direct sources, audio from video and computers and up to 16 wireless mics. Sauer now uses dLive layers and banks to manage these sources and dLive scenes to recall settings. The church uses 16 wireless in-ear monitors with wedges made available onstage when needed. Volunteer technicians manage these mixes on the S7000 at stage right, as well as on iPads installed the dLive OneMix app.

‘Training has gone smoothly and we’re very pleased with the level of support,’ said Sauer.



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