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Christ the King appoints Renkus-Heinz

Christ the King appoints Renkus-Heinz

Christ the King appoints Renkus-Heinz

USA:

Christ the King Anglican Church has renovated its new building in Hoover, Alabama, installing a Dante-enabled sound system with Renkus-Heinz line arrays in its sanctuary. This was designed and installed by MediaMerge.

The setup comprises a left and right pair of ICLive X modules that are arrayed with ICLive XS extended LF modules. The ICLive X uses six one-inch compression drivers on Renkus-Heinz’s Acoustic Source Multiplier Waveguide and are mounted onto two eight-inch woofers with eight high power amplifier/DSP channels. This is steerable down to 1,500Hz and are used as standalone speakers. The ICLive XL extended the ICLive X module with four one-inch compression drivers and four eight-inch woofers, which is steerable down to 750Hz. The system processing was done within the arrays and programmed with Renkus-Heinz RHAON II software. Wireless mics and a Yamaha TF-rack digital mixer were also provided by MediaMerge.

‘Having high-quality, Dante-enabled arrays with digital beam steering was important in meeting the challenges at Christ the King Church,’ said Jason Vieira, system designer at MediaMerge. ‘We like the modularity of the ICLive X series and they were a perfect fit for the sanctuary, especially given the size of the space and the type of music they're doing. We were able to hit everything with just one pair of ICLive X arrays; we didn't need fills. One of the key selling points for us and for the client was that the ICLive XL subwoofer integrates as part of the ICLive X array, so you get full range, including sub frequencies, all within the array. Flying a separate sub enclosure or having a subwoofer on the floor somewhere would not have worked for this room aesthetically.’



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