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Indian church energises services with new solution from Mackie

Indian church energises services with new solution from Mackie

Indian church energises services with new solution from Mackie


Presbyterian Church in Lengpui, Mizoram, has chosen Aizawl-based Music Home to equip its sanctuary with a new sound reinforcement system from Mackie to energise its services. Together with the church’s committee, Music Home selected Mackie’s DRM line array for the project. Commenting on his choice of DRM loudspeakers, Music Home’s Lalrin Fela explained: “For this project, we went with Mackie’s DRM line array owing to its consistent performance, ease of use and unmatched clarity.”

After the initial survey and understanding the church’s architecture which comprises balconies and high ceilings, the Music Home team decided on a configuration of three DRM12A arrayable powered loudspeakers, along with a DRM18S powered subwoofer, hung from the ceiling on either side. “In such demanding environments, the DRM loudspeaker offers many arrangement possibilities concerning coverage and angle. The powered system is extremely reliable, especially in fixed installations, and offers high efficiency, 2,000W peak power,” said Fela.

“The church was thrilled with the result, especially the system’s speech reproduction,” he added. “The way we were able to integrate the DRMs and array the subwoofer, it doesn’t matter where you sit; it’s all clear and intelligible. The sound coverage and consistency over long distances make it a perfect fit for environments like churches that have complex acoustic spaces. We are elated that the church is so happy with their new Mackie DRM line array,” Fela concluded.

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