Just some of the many projects we've worked on.
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Having had several sound systems in the last decade which promised much but failed to perform, this busy parish church decided it was time to source a replacement system which would deliver clear, intelligible speech to all positions in the building.
PAS Designed and supplied a modern system utilising Bose loudspeakers and a digital audio mixing arrangement which has proved very effective.
Like many other churches, this building had various pieces of equipment left over from the 1980's and 90's which failed to provide faithful speech reproduction in this large space.
Having assessed the current requirements, we developed and installed a new system which can be controlled by a wireless tablet from anywhere in the church, bringing the system into the 21st century.
A beautiful building which deserved a suitable sound system, by adopting a full digitally controlled audio mixer, we were able to provide a very detailed setup with software and remove the ability for unauthorised adjustment.
Bose line array speakers were stacked to provide the Nave with highly intelligible sound to all seats.
PAS were brought in by the architect and church project team to develop a new sound system to fit in with a major refurbishment and modernisation plan. Our installers fitted cables under floors and in walls during the construction phase, and completed the installation once the major works were complete.
An audio mixer desk and amplification equipment was located in a new purpose built enclosure at the rear of the church.
By far one of the largest parish churches we have come across, this huge building needed a serious upgrade to enable speech to be clearly heard across all pews.
By triple stacking Bose line array speakers onto columns, we were able to launch sound across the large space without creating delays and impairing audio quality. New amplifiers, radio microphones and a loop system were also installed.
An unusually styled building with some resultant acoustic behaviour lead to us being asked to develop a new system which tidied up the many existing speakers and provide much clearer sound.
We successfully carried out a new installation with directional, long throw speakers and new control equipment, which gave a significant improvement to speech quality.
A beautiful building which needed a sound system and induction loop to bring it up to date.
With the listed status, special care was required to ensure we carried out all works sympathetically and hid the cabling as discretely as possible. End result was a nice system which blended into the surroundings, yet provided good results with ease of use.
This large, acoustically lively building had suffered with poor quality sound for many years with inadequate products and placement.
By removing many small speakers and replacing with four directional line array products, we were able to bring back clear speech to the parishioners of this busy church. A new equipment enclosure and control equipment tidied up what had previously been a complex and ineffective system.
Typical of many churches, this parish had a sound system that composed of various products from the 1980's onwards which never sounded the same two weeks on the run.
With a variety of microphones, a basic amplifier that had been extended with a small mixer, there were simply too many elements to confuse anyone wishing to operate the system. A new digital mixer which simplified operation, yet provided us with detailed setup allowed for a great sounding system.