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What New Churches Need for Tech Success
Do it right the first time and avoid the "inventive" systems cobbled together by well-meaning folks.

Audio Winners: Worship Facilities New Product Awards
The 2014 Worship Facilities New Product Award winners were announced at the WFX Block Party on Oct. 1 in Dallas.

Worship Facilities Technology Awards: Audio
Entrants in the audio category of the Worship Facilities New Product Technology Awards, the most comprehensive audio, video, lighting and new media product awards in the house of worship market.

Excel AV Group Outfits Church/School Multipurpose Auditorium with dB Technologies
Southland City Church uses the auditorium at Lakeville High for Sunday worship, so they worked together to choose an audio system for the space.

Martin Audio MLA Mini Lifts Spirits At IDC Church
Inspirational Deliverance Center Chicago chose Martin Audio system for sanctuary sound.

Cinema Culture: New Multimedia in a Repurposed Space
When Lifesong Church moved from a portable theater church to a permanent facility, they made sure to maintain the high-quality multimedia experience that their attendees had always enjoyed.

Coeur d’Alene Church of the Nazarene Elevates Its Sound System
Coeur d'Alene Church of the Nazarene, Idaho, upgrades an outdated sound system with HARMAN's JBL loudpeakers and Soundcraft Digital Consoles.

Powerful Sound for a Powerful Message
Christ Chapel Bible Church chooses L-Acoustics line array speakers for its sanctuary sound system.

Audio System Upgrade at St. Madeleine Sophie Church
Modern architecture made for a difficult acoustic space...but St. Madeleine Sophie Church found a solution.

First Redeemer Church Cleans Up Its Sound
Jeff Baggett came to First Redeemer Church, in Cumming, Georgia in 2010 as their director of audio after a long career as a music-mastering engineer in a Nashville suburb. What he found was a kind of techno-archeology: remnants of different hands cobbling together the sound systems in the sanctuary, gym and ballroom areas of the campus, a pastiche of pieces of equipment that were popular at one time or another and reflected the taste of whomever was in charge of the sound at a given time. See how he went from

Tips on How to Get the Best Sound Quality for Your Church Christmas Productions
Tips from a broadcast audio engineer turn microphone challenges into solutions for your church Christmas pageant.

4 Churches Shine Their Light With Massive A/V/L Installs
Two thousands years ago messages where shared via mountaintop. Fast forward to the advent of electricity and computers, churches look to A/V/L systems to spread the word. Whether houses of worship are setting the ambiance for Christmas or Easter, or preparing for a regular Sunday gathering, speech intelligibility and a unique visual experience breeds an engaging service and aids in bringing about a more effective presentation of the church's message.

Community Introduces the DP8 Pendant Loudspeaker to its Distributed Design Series
Community Professional Loudspeakers has expanded its Distributed Design Series of ceiling, surface mount and pendant loudspeakers with the new DP8 Pendant. Available in paintable white or black, the DP8 is a high-performance, 8-inch coaxial loudspeaker that provides highly-intelligible voice and musical sound quality for restaurants, lounges, hotels, ballrooms, meeting rooms, retail and commercial establishments, and casinos, hotels and convention centers. With its weather-resistant enclosure, grille and components, the DP8 may also be used outdoors in covered locations.

The Audio, Video and Lighting Gear Used in 10 Awe-inspiring Church Installations
From line arrays to transducers mounted in bass-reflex enclosures to 30,000 lumen HD projectors and enormous screens, wash fixtures and ellipsoidal spotlights, HD cameras, digital consoles and advanced sound reinforcement this line up of ten amazing church audio, video and lighting installations are sure to inspire you.

Trial by Sound: Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist Church Demos Loudspeakers With an Audio Shoot Out
The notion of the technology shoot-out is deeply ingrained in audio culture. Retailers routinely set up rows of microphones or monitor speakers and let guests/customers/audiophiles compare one to one. But the idea of the shoot-out really has its limits tested when it’s applied to PA systems. When you need to truck multiple complex systems in, set them up and fire them up, you’ll need more than an afternoon and some onion dip to make that work.




VAST Technologies equips massive worship center with 100 Elation Pro Video Series LED displays.