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Taylor Church creates an Event

Taylor Church creates an Event

Taylor Church creates an Event

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Taylor Church has added speakers from DAS Audio’s Event Series catalogue to provide its parishioners with a meaningful worship experience. The Jacksonville, Florida-based interdenominational, full gospel, Pentecostal church called on BDH Technical Systems to design and deploy the new sound system, incorporating DAS Event208-AW three-way powered line array enclosures mated with DAS Event218-A sub-bass enclosures.

“Taylor Church offers a unique blend of both contemporary and traditional worship,” explained Craig Bruce, a partner at BDH Technical Systems who also serves as the company’s primary systems designer. “For the most part, services are contemporary and include the use of a sizeable praise band that is supported by an eight-member vocal team. The sanctuary itself has a good-sized stage area facing the congregation, which is accommodated by fixed seating.”

The new system consists of three line array clusters for a total of nine DAS Event208-AW loudspeakers, flown in an L-C-R configuration at a height of 4.3m, with each hang comprising three boxes. For low-frequency support, the three clusters are augmented by a pair of DAS Event218-A powered subwoofers, which are positioned onstage at the left and right sides.

“Given the very limited height we had to work with, we needed a compact, full-range loudspeaker enclosure that could deliver the required SPL,” continued Bruce. “The sanctuary is quite wide, so we realised early on that a centre hang would be required. We liked the self-powered nature of the Event208-AW, as there was no space for a separate amp room. Pastor Mark Woods has been very complimentary of the system’s high level of speech intelligibility and its full, rich sound for music reproduction – with the result being that the congregation is more engaged than previously.”



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