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Electro-Voice and Dynacord cover every corner

Electro-Voice and Dynacord cover every corner

Electro-Voice and Dynacord cover every corner

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All Saints Church in Crowborough, East Sussex, has invested in Electro-Voice EVA (expandable vertical array) loudspeakers driven by Dynacord IPX series amplifiers as part of an upgrade to its sound system. Designed and supplied by Ashdown Audio Visual, the new setup provides the church’s 600-strong congregation and musicians with much-needed clarity of sound during its services. “When the EV system went in, it sounded so natural, straight out of the box,” commented Mark Willets, senior engineer, Ashdown Audio Visual. “We didn’t even have to process it at first and it just sounded fantastic.”

Featuring two EVA 2082S-906 line array modules for even coverage across the length of the room, EVA 2151D subwoofers and ZX1i loudspeakers for in-fill and as a monitor system for the choir, the setup provides clear and even sound quality for the congregation, speakers and musicians. Dynacord IPX series amplifiers drive the system, with an IPX10:4 powering the tops and subs and an IPX5:4 looking after the fills and monitors. Dynacord’s Sonicue sound system software was used to tune the solution.

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While sound quality was the main priority, the aesthetics of the new system were also important. Therefore, a white version of the EVA loudspeakers were chosen to blend into the existing architecture. “When we look at a project like this, we take into consideration the architectural surroundings,” explained Arthur Archard, sales consultant, Electro-Voice and Dynacord. “We consider what would fit not only acoustically, but also visually.”

The result is one that the church is more than happy with. “I’m a preacher, and I believe that what I say has got to be heard,” concluded Steve Reece, vicar at All Saints Church. “Thanks to the new sound system, the congregation can finally hear that message. It’s made a massive difference. We want people to be able to see, and hear, really clearly – it’s fundamental to what we do every Sunday.”

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